By Michael Ellis DETROIT, April 28 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co. lost more U.S. sales and market share to their Japanese rivals in April, as higher gasoline prices and aging vehicle lineups left Detroit's top two automakers in the slow lane, analysts and industry officials said this week. GM and Ford are both expected to post weaker sales for the month when the industry reports results next Tuesday, while Toyota Motor Corp. is seen reporting gains of more than 20 ...
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