General Motors Co. is looking for new investment opportunities across Southeast Asia, where the auto maker’s market share is well below its global average. Investing in new products in major markets such as China, India, Brazil and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations region is one of the auto maker’s growth objectives, Shanghai-based GM International Operations Vice President Ray Young tells the Bangkok Post. The executive says GM has a market share of just 2.5%-3% in Thailand ...
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