But the company, he said, has to make its brands more identifiable to customers, and it still has to find a way to reassure jittery consumers so they have enough confidence to buy again.
GM's statements about fixing problems, Selesky said, show that it's dealing with them rather than just hoping for change like the old GM management.
"What Akerson wants to portray is that GM is completely different than it was before and will take actions quickly to change things," Selesky said.
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