Nick Reilly, president and CEO of GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co., is anxious to take over General Motors Corp.’s Asia/Pacific operations on July 1, he tells Ward’s in his first interview since his promotion was announced May 30. He assumes the role of president GM Asia Pacific from Troy Clarke, who steps up to run GM’s North American operations. Reilly is credited with building a viable company out of the former Daewoo Motors Co. Ltd., whose workforce comprised one of South Korea’s ...
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