There is a crystal ball that provides a glimpse of what General Motors Corp.’s future may look like as the auto maker strives to integrate previously independent business units around the world and create synergies among its vast global resources. Just glance at GM’s Latin America/Africa/Middle East region. Maureen Kempston Darkes has led GMLAAM since 2002. “We are a region that truly utilizes GM’s global product portfolio,” says Maureen Kempston Darkes, president-GMLAAM. “We draw ...
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