General Motors Korea President and CEO Michael Arcamone says his company ranks as Korea’s third-biggest auto maker and will have a double-digit share of the domestic market by year’s end. He wants to build on that momentum by challenging dominant auto maker Hyundai on its home turf. Arcamone tells reporters during a promotion for the ‘13 Chevrolet Malibu in Busan that GM Korea’s market share now exceeds Renault Samsung’s 7.7%. “GM Korea’s rival is now Hyundai,” Arcamone says of the ...
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