DETROIT – General Motors Corp.’s top executive in Europe preaches patience in building the Cadillac brand in the region and says while emerging hotspots such as Russia hold great promise for overall vehicle sales, opportunities still remain in the more mature markets. GM Europe President Carl-Peter Forster says the auto maker must reverse its thinking of four years ago, when it launched Cadillac in Europe, and start again with a new set of expectations. “The biggest mistake was to ...
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