A 22.1% drop in fourth-quarter sales for General Motors Corp.’s Latin America, Africa and Middle East operations isn’t discouraging the auto maker’s top executive in the region, who says there will be no retreat when it comes to new investment in her territory. “We have not pulled back on our product investment for the region,” Maureen Kempston Darkes, GM president-LAAM, tells Ward’s in an interview. “The product portfolio and our investments will continue to move forward.” A plan to ...
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