NEW YORK, Aug 20 (Reuters) - Some big automotive retailers and car dealerships are cutting back their orders for General Motors Corp.'s 2005 models, potentially reducing the automaker's North American production and profits in coming months, the Wall Street Journal said on Friday. The dealers have too many unsold vehicles and worry that big discounts will not attract buyers, as U.S. job growth slows and fuel prices stay high, the newspaper said. B.B. Hollingsworth, chief executive of ...
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