Gm Research Paper

2456 Words Aug 7th, 2013 10 Pages
General Motors Company (GM) is known as one of the world’s top automakers that do business in more than 157 countries. By providing quality vehicle security, and information services, GM is always listed as one of the best choices that customers from different ages and social classes tend to pick. But recently, due to poor management decision, the recession of 2008, and its inability to be flexible to change and the loss of market share to foreign competitors, GM filed for Chapter 11 reorganization Bankruptcy in 2009. But after the reorganization, the company is slowly getting back on track and recently has shown growth.
This research paper focuses on four sections of GM: production strategy, marketing, financial analysis
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