GENEVA — General Motors Corp. is saving more money than it expected with its powertrain and purchasing alliances with Fiat SpA, says Michael J. Burns, president of General Motors Europe. “We believe that — going forward — some manufacturers in Europe may struggle with the economies of being single-digit market-share players, and we found a way with Fiat to spread our production and development costs over a much larger base. We will begin to see some early benefits already this year,” Burns ...
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