General Motors has announced that its net income plunged 37% in the fourth quarter due to growing US health care costs and wider losses from its European operations.
GM earned US$630m in the fourth quarter compared with US$1bn, year-on-year. However, revenue rose 4.7% to US$51.2bn from US$48.8bn a year ago.
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