NEW YORK – General Motors Corp.’s alliance partnerships are adding to the savings the auto maker already has achieved in North America, a top executive says. "I've taken 44% out of my budget while increasing the number of vehicles we're working on in North America by one-third in the last six years," says Jim Queen, GM vice president-North America engineering. "We've done some of that with consolidation and integration, and now we're in the process of doing it globally with our alliance ...
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