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Bloomberg: GM Said to Study Dropping Pontiac, GMC

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Bloomberg.com has addressed in print what others have been wondering. To read their report involving the fate of Pontiac (and GMC), click here.

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Bloomberg.com has addressed in print what others have been wondering. To read their report involving the fate of Pontiac (and GMC), click here.

Hmmm, I heard that somewhere before, oh yeah it was me ...

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Hmmm, I heard that somewhere before, oh yeah it was me ...

It doesn't appear that either you or Bloomberg.com have convinced CaminoLS6.

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Wildcat, did you notice the word Global being used, that's GM Speak for what won't be kept. Pontiac and GMC are not global brands, they are just North American brands ...

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Saw a Canadian interview with Fritz. When asked which brands are 'sacred' and will never be sold, he said - Chevrolet. No mention of any other brand.

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Saw a Canadian interview with Fritz. When asked which brands are 'sacred' and will never be sold, he said - Chevrolet. No mention of any other brand.

Cadillac is also on that list... but only because of A&S and the 2000s resurgence. I wouldn't go to the wall for ANY additional brand.

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Wildcat, did you notice the word Global being used, that's GM Speak for what won't be kept. Pontiac and GMC are not global brands, they are just North American brands ...

You mean this part?

“We are continuing to assess our global operations, brand portfolio and nameplates, and will take further actions to more aggressively restructure our business,” said Renee Rashid-Merem, a GM spokeswoman.

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You mean this part?

“We are continuing to assess our global operations, brand portfolio and nameplates, and will take further actions to more aggressively restructure our business,” said Renee Rashid-Merem, a GM spokeswoman.

Exactly, when GM speaks officially like that, they are telling you exactly what is going to happen, without telling you ... It's an art form, and you have to be able to see the forest from the trees ...

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