Mary Barra, Chairman and CEO of General Motors, holds a media briefing at the 2016 GM Annual Meeting of Shareholders on June 7, 2016 in Detroit, Michigan. Bill Pugliano/Getty Images/AFP
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General Motors chief executive Mary Barra came out strongly Tuesday for regulations requiring the retention of steering wheels and foot pedals in self-driving cars.Barra said 2015 was a good year for the largest U.S. automaker on many fronts, including record earnings and record global sales.GM is also concentrating on improving efficiency, she said.GM still expects the U.S. industry will sell about 17.5 million units this year, about the same as 2015, the best year on record.
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