ST. PETERSBURG – Facing the threat of seven-figure penalties, General Motors begins signing long-awaited compensation agreements with its former Russian dealers who bore significant losses due to the automaker’s sudden decision to abandon the country. GM late last month signed the initial agreement providing Favourite Motors, one of its main ex-partners in Russia, with an undisclosed amount of compensation for Favourite’s investments in developing Opel and Chevrolet ...

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