GM appoints new head for South America

GM appoints new head for South America

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US carmaker General Motors (GM) has appointed Santiago Chamorro as the new president and managing director for South America, effective August 31, it said in a press release on Tuesday. In his new role, Chamorro will relocate to São Paulo from Michigan and report to Steve Kiefer, head of GM International. Chamorro replaces Carlos Zarlenga, who stepped down in late August after eight years in charge of the company's operations in South America. Chamorro has worked at GM for 27 years and was most

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