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General Motors President Dan Ammann says that GM is performing to plan and that its European operations are on target to achieve profitability by "mid-decade".
The German car market was up 7% in February, a result which the VDA said leaves the market on track to turn out at around 3m units in 2015.
The president of General Motors Europe, Karl-Thomas Neumann, is marking exactly two years in the job at the Geneva show having made considerable strides to update the Opel/Vauxhall product portfolio and powertrains and exercise the cost controls necesssary to return the group to profitability by next year.
General Motors' European chief, Karl-Thomas Neumann, believes that the rollout of the company's OnStar telematics system to Europe will have a revolutionary impact on the auto industry.
French light vehicle registrations have continued to make gains during the early months of 2015, IHS Automotive principal analyst Ian Fletcher said in a research note.
General Motors expects its new entry-level car, which will be badged as the Opel Karl in mainland Europe and revive Vauxhall's Viva nameplate in the UK, to sell close to 100,000 units a year.
General Motors' European chief, Karl-Thomas Neumann, was on good form in Geneva this week.
This was the scene in Monaco yesterday morning as a group of UK journalists set out on a drive to Geneva from Monaco in some old and new Vauxhall cars.
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