NEW YORK, March 20 (Reuters) - The big three U.S. auto makers are preparing cost cuts and other belt-tightening measures in case a slumping U.S. economy hurts sales more than expected, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday. The Journal said General Motors Corp has pushed some capital expenses from the first quarter to later in the year to make sure it has enough cash if the downturn in the U.S. market worsens, citing the company's chief financial officer. It reported Ford Motor Co ...
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