DETROIT – Newly appointed Chevrolet General Manager Jim Campbell says the bow-tie brand will grow to command more than 70% of General Motors Co.’s North American sales within the next two years. “Our mandate is to grow at Chevrolet and that’s what we’ll do,” Campbell tells Ward’s during an event here to give journalists and analysts a glimpse of the brand’s future product and its new marketing vision. Campbell estimates Chevy soon will garner upwards of 72% of GM sales in its home ...

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