BANGKOK – For beleaguered General Motors Corp. managers, the future looks bright in at least one part of their gloomy globe – Southeast Asia. Although GM sales numbers aren't large in the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), operations are profitable, says William Botwick, president of General Motors Thailand and executive director-ASEAN Operations. What's more, he adds, "we have more demand than capacity." That's a welcome change. GM's original plan, announced ...
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