DETROIT – The newly installed leader of General Motors Co.’s international operations says the global recession is easing. But while some countries, such as China, already have bounced back, other promising hotspots, particularly Russia, will take much longer to recover, Nick Reilly, executive vice president and president-GM International Operations, tells Ward’s. Reilly also says uncertainty over the outcome of competing bids for the auto maker’s Adam Opel GmbH unit – on top of a ...
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