GM’s Dim Europe View Is Dismissed – Wall Street Journal (subscription)

Posted: Wednesday, March 08, 2017

GENEVA—General Motors Co.’s unconventional view of the European auto industry will likely remain just that—unconventional.

Senior executives gathered at this week’s Geneva auto show signaled commitment to the world’s third-largest auto market after GM’s sale of Adam Opel AG, saying Europe actually isn’t a bad place to sell cars. While margins typically are lower than North America and China, and closing a plant is often viewed as a politically incorrect move,  “a well-managed company can make a decent return on its…


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