NEW DORK – Although General Motors sells more vehicles outside North America, don’t look for the auto maker to move its corporate headquarters out of the U.S. and into a higher-volume market. “Not on my watch,” CEO Dan Akerson tells Ward’s, noting more than 55% of GM’s corporate revenues continue to be derived from the auto maker’s home market. The higher revenues are a result of a much richer product portfolio in the U.S., where GM still ...
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