General Motors Corp. is looking for more of the same in North America for 2003: another year of gaining U.S. market share and making cost-reducing efficiency and quality improvements in a highly competitive environment. Quality improvements have cut down on unnecessary OT at GM plants. And capacity on big pickups and SUVs is expected to remain tight, a top executive tells Ward’s. “The goal is to keep market share going north,” GM North America President Gary Cowger says in an ...

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