USA: GM has plans to lift sales in Iraq, but no timetable yet
The Detroit Free Press reports that General Motors would like to establish and develop a dealership network in Iraq, which is recovering from war and planning for elections. However, the report added that the automaker does not believe the country is stable enough yet and it has no timetable for expanding there, an official who oversees the region told DFP.
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