By Michael Ellis DETROIT, May 19 (Reuters) - The chief financial officer of General Motors Corp. said on Monday that the weak U.S. dollar will put pressure on foreign automakers and is a "positive sign" for U.S. brands. "I don't describe it as a weak dollar. Frankly, I think it's a return to a level that is sustainable over time," CFO John Devine told reporters following a press conference at GM's corporate headquarters. "So I think it's going to help. Certainly it's going to put ...
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