General Motors Corp.’s Gary Cowger admits he likes that the annual Harbour Report is getting closer to a photo finish, with domestic auto makers gaining ground on the Japanese. “We’re moving in on the leaders,” Cowger, GM group vice president-global manufacturing and labor relations, says in a conference call. Indeed, GM betters its North American manufacturing productivity by 3.3% and scores five of the top 10 most productive assembly plants in North America, according to the report on ...
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