Despite the country's current economic difficulties and struggling car market, General Motors Corp. is pledging to remain in Argentina for the long haul. In a wide-ranging interview, Frederick A. “Fritz” Henderson, president-GM Latin America, Africa and Middle East, says “there are some positives” on the horizon for Argentina and that an uptick in consumer confidence would provide a relatively quick shot-in-the-arm for industry car sales. Henderson also says there's big potential for GM ...
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