GM Statement: Barra Vows to Rebuild Customer Trust


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WASHINGTON, DC--April 3, 2014: General Motors CEO Mary Barra today testified before the Senate Subcommittee on Consumer Protection, Product Safety and Insurance investigating the GM ignition switch recall. The following statement may be attributed to her

“The issues raised in the hearing were tough but fair. I appreciate the intense interest by the senators to fully understand what happened and why. I am going to accomplish exactly that, and we will keep Congress informed. Meanwhile, we will continue doing all we can to repair our customers' vehicles and rebuild their trust in GM.”

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