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GM'S INAKI LOPEZ TO LEAVE

 DETROIT, March 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Statement by John F. Smith, Jr., General Motors (NYSE: GM) CEO and President:
 Inaki Lopez today informed me and his staff that he is leaving General Motors. Inaki's most important contribution to General Motors has been the organization of a strategy, a team, and a process to achieve cost-reduction benefits throughout the corporation. As he departs, the team and the process remain intact and give us the assurance of having continuing benefits of this ongoing process throughout GM's worldwide operations.
 I'm very confident that the first-rate, highly motivated members of the Worldwide Purchasing team will keep the momentum going and meet our aggressive goals for improved material quality and service, while achieving our commitments for total material cost savings.
 We plan to announce a successor shortly.
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 /CONTACT: Toni Simonetti of GM Corporate Communications, 313-556-2035/
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