General Motors tempers its $1.7 billion third-quarter profit with expectations for softer financial results over the next three months and the likelihood the auto maker’s struggling European operation will not achieve its year-end break-even target. GM also delivers somber results from South America. Financial returns and market share in one of its strongest markets suffered from a combination of an aging product portfolio and rising inflation, making production more costly. The auto ...
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