NEW YORK – General Motors Corp. will use its global reach as it looks to regain a hold on the passenger car market in the U.S., says Bob Lutz, vice chairman-Product Development. "We can't be successful until we become a player in the car side of the business again," Lutz tells the International Motor Press Assn. at the kickoff to the auto show here. He promises a fleet of exciting new cars for all of GM’s divisions. Part of his strategy will be to import cars from foreign subsidiaries ...

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