PARIS – Prognosis positive is the conclusion to be reached based on an update of affairs for General Motors Europe by President Carl-Peter Forster. The Opel/Vauxhall brands account for the bulk of General Motors Corp. business in Europe, but Saab is asserting itself with a line of flexible-fuel cars and Cadillac appears to have a future, Forster says in a wide-ranging roundtable discussion here. Earlier this year, GM introduced the Cadillac BLS compact sedan, assembled at Saab’s plant in ...

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