DETROIT – A lack of diesel engines has been a significant factor contributing to the two market share points General Motors Corp.’s European operations have lost since 1994, a company executive admits. “One of the areas where we’ve really been off, if you were to look back and say: You know, on the product side, what was missed? The rapid increase of diesels was something that GM Europe did not catch early enough,” Mike Burns, president-GM Europe, says during a press briefing here. ...
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