DETROIT – Jaime Ardila, president of General Motors’ South American unit, expects a long-term resolution to a trade dispute between Brazil and Argentina, which in May held up the sale of some 7,000 vehicles for the auto maker, saying the impact for both countries would be too great without an accord. “It has impacted our business,” Ardila tells Ward’s during a briefing on GM’s operations in the region at the auto maker’s world headquarters here. GM ranks as the No.1 exporter of cars to ...
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