MELBOURNE — General Motors Corp.'s top executive officer, G. Richard Wagoner Jr., makes a two-day visit to familiarize himself with Holden Ltd. during a quick tour of GM's Asian/Pacific operations. Australia's solid economic fundamentals, he believes, should insulate it from the flow-on effects of the Asian financial crisis. “Things may slow down a little here, but I don't see any reason why they should fall off track,” Wagoner says. Holden, he adds, will play a significant role in GM's ...
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