DETROIT – General Motors Corp. has restructured its purchasing ranks in an effort to address concerns by suppliers and to more fully integrate parts makers in turning around GM's foundering North American operations. “As for myself and General Motors, we are convinced we are going to turn the company around,” Bo Andersson, GM vice president-global purchasing and supply chain, tells supplier executives at the auto maker's pavilion here at the North American International Auto Show Jan. 12. ...
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