(Adds quote, background) By Kevin Krolicki and David Bailey DETROIT, April 30 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp on Wednesday posted better-than-expected results on strong overseas sales, despite a costly supplier strike, waning demand for its most profitable vehicles and charges related to struggling former subsidiaries. GM, whose shares rose nearly 4 percent in pre-market trading, also took a $1.45-billion charge for its remaining investment in finance company GMAC and a $731-million ...
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