HAMBURG, Germany – “Interbuildability” is the hot new buzzword within General Motors Corp. It helps explain GM’s goal to become “one company” throughout the world – and its recent, sweeping reorganization of its money-losing European operations. GM wants to be able to build virtually any vehicle in any one of its far-flung factories across the globe. GM wants all its plants to some day have the capability to build a wide variety of GM products. Top GM officials interviewed here ...
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