By Jui Chakravorty DETROIT, Dec 16 (Reuters) - As General Motors Corp. gears up to launch its new line of full-size sport utility vehicles and pickup trucks next year, analysts remain skeptical of how beneficial they will be in turning around GM's losses. GM Chief Executive Rick Wagoner said late on Thursday the automaker should see improved revenue in 2006, driven by the GMT-900 series -- a new line of redesigned SUVs with greater fuel efficiency. "We should see more revenue next ...
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