General Motors Corp.’s Latin America, Africa & Middle East (LAAM) division continues to play an enviable role for the auto maker. The region is becoming increasingly important as a center for global product development, while contributing more to GM’s overall success. GMLAAM posted record 2006 sales of 1,035,200 vehicles – exceeding the million-unit mark for the first time. The total represents a 17.4% increase over year-ago and exceeds the industry growth of 16.0% last year. GM ...
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