SANTA BARBARA, CA – The Colombian market is holding its own despite the most recent outbreak in violence, says General Motors Corp. GM Latin America/Africa/Middle East chief Maureen Kempston-Darkes. “We haven’t seen any effects so far,” she says here at a global product briefing held for the media. “In fact, the Colombian market is up substantially this year, over 20%. “There’s been hostilities there for a while, but the market has been holding strong. In the future, if it continues, who ...
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