After decades of playing second fiddle to Japanese and South Korean auto makers, General Motors Co. says it intends to put Southeast Asia at the forefront of its global operations and achieve a “fair share” of the region’s market. GM Southeast Asia President Martin Apfel, marking 150 days on the job, tells a news conference in Bangkok GM will lay the foundation and drive the next stage of growth with aggressive plans involving customers, dealers and employees. Apfel, who also serves as ...
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