WASHINGTON – Plant closings, personnel cuts and other financial problems will not prevent General Motors Corp. from funding aggressive advertising launches of its new-generation fullsize SUVs and other vehicles due out this year, promises Brent Dewar, vice president-marketing and advertising. "Our financial situation won't affect the amount we spend on advertising when bringing new products to market," he says. However, he reveals GM will cut in other areas to provide funding for ...
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