General Motors Corp.’s Asia/Pacific region is poised to post its best-ever yearly sales performance, with deliveries exceeding 900,000 units in 2004, company executives say. GMAP sold 735,000 vehicles in 2003, says Troy Clarke, the region’s president. GM’s market share in the region has grown with startling quickness – from 0.6% in 1998 to more than 9%, including its many alliance partners, during the first eight months of 2004. Troy Clarke, GM’s Asia/Pacific president. “The other ...
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