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GENERAL MOTORS EXHIBIT AT 'MADE IN AMERICA FOR THE WORLD' EXPOSITION AND CONFERENCE SEPT. 30 - OCT. 2 AT COBO CENTER

GENERAL MOTORS EXHIBIT AT 'MADE IN AMERICA FOR THE WORLD' EXPOSITION AND
 CONFERENCE SEPT. 30 - OCT. 2 AT COBO CENTER
 DETROIT, Sept. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- A Cadillac Seville STS, a Pontiac Trans Sport SE, engine management systems and computer technology displays highlight the General Motors (NYSE: GM) exhibit at the "Made in America for the World" Exposition and Conference, Sept. 30 - Oct. 2 at Cobo Center in Detroit.
 "This exhibition highlights many different products that American manufacturers produce for export," said Richard M. Lee, executive in charge of GM North American Export Sales, "and the two vehicles at GM's display, a Cadillac Seville STS and Pontiac Trans Sport SE, are quality examples of GM products sold in markets worldwide."
 Other displays at the GM stand include an Automotive Components Group Worldwide (ACG) presentation of an engine management system explaining which components in that system are exported to international markets. ACG exported $2.8 billion in automotive components in 1991.
 The GM exhibit also features components exported by GM's Delco Remy and Harrison divisions, and an animated 4L80E "smart" transmission by GM Powertrain.
 GM's Electronic Data Systems (EDS) display features "Charley," a vibration analysis diagnostic system used on the plant floor of many GM facilities. A computer display by GM's Advanced Engineering and EDS focuses on a simulation modeling tool used to support the design and continuous improvement of GM's manufacturing systems.
 General Motors, the leading automotive exporter in the U.S. for the past several years, has seen steady growth in North American exports since 1986 when it shipped over 36,000 vehicles to international markets.
 In 1991, GM exported over 130,000 North American-produced vehicles and through the first six months of 1992, shipments are up nearly 20 percent over the same period last year.
 "Our efforts to grow the export business are continuing," said Lee. "Greater in-plant modification of vehicles, a streamlined product offering and focused marketing efforts are all contributing to increased exports from North America."
 GM currently has over 470 dealers worldwide that sell North American vehicles. GM's largest export market is the Middle East followed by Europe, Asia and Latin America.
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