TOKYO – For better or worse, General Motors Corp. is re-inventing itself in Japan. There's more involved than a name change and a new management layer. This time around, the company is tying up loose ends, strengthening alliances and testing new strategies. Subaru Traviq (rebadged as the Thai-made Zafira) "We're here to compete in the world's second-largest automotive market, and we can't keep on doing what we've done," says Raymond Grigg, President-GM Asia/Pacific (Japan) ...
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