DETROIT — For General Motors Corp., the last several years in Europe have been difficult. Revolving executives, employee agitation, market share declines and plummeting profits pushed the once solid and very profitable European arm into turmoil. But executives now say the problems are fixed and the automaker is slowly gaining ground in the highly competitive market. “There was a lot going on in and around the company and that has an effect,” says Michael J. Burns, president of GM Europe. ...
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