By Nick Carey DETROIT, Sept 24 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp dealers said on Monday the United Auto Workers strike should have little short-term impact on showroom sales since inventories of most vehicles were running high before the work stoppage. "GM inventories are such that we don't expect any short-term disruption," said Marc Cannon, a spokesman for Fort Lauderdale, Florida-based AutoNation Inc , the largest GM dealer in the United States, with 72 franchises in 16 states. "We ...
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