Despite its taxpayer-funded reboot in 2009, General Motors (NYSE:GM) is still a work in progress. Nowhere is that more evident than in Europe, where GM lost over $1.7 billion last year -- but losses last quarter were much less than expected, as restructuring moves began to take hold.
Still, nothing would help GM's case in Europe like a boost in sales -- but so far, European car-buyers aren't cooperating. In this video, Fool.com contributor John Rosevear looks at the latest sales numbers from Europe -- and at the moves CEO Dan Akerson is making to try to get the Detroit giant back on track in the Old World.
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