General Motors Europe wraps up the year on a positive note, with sales and profits up and a strategy in place to improve capacity utilization and determine which plants will assemble the next generation of small cars. GM’s European operations reportedly were on track to exceed 2 million sales this year and show a profit for the first time since 1999. In terms of capacity, a plant in Azambuja, Portugal, has been closed and earlier this year GM eliminated the third shift in Ellesmere Port, ...

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