UPDATE 1-GM CEO says no production disruptions due to Japan


* Wants to repay taxpayers before acquisitions, dividends * Can weather gasoline prices near $4 per gallon By Jim Forsyth SAN ANTONIO, April 28 (Reuters) - General Motors Co Chief Executive Dan Akerson said the company has not been greatly affected by supply disruptions due to the March earthquake in Japan, and the company wants to repay U.S. taxpayers before making acquisitions or declaring a dividend. "We've had no disruptions in production in our global operations to date. That ...

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