GM Bogota chief expected to resign BOGOTA — The chairman of General Motors Corp. in Bogota is expected to resign, published reports say. Jaime Ardila will leave his position after less than 18 months on the job. Pablo Ross, who heads up GM's operations in Ecuador, is expected to replace Ardila. GM reportedly will invest US$10 million to increase production and make other changes at Colomotores. Renault cuts workday BUENOS AIRES — Renault SA says it will reduce the workday along with ...

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