DETROIT, Aug 28 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. is seeking to lower expectations ahead of a meeting this week when it will update Wall Street analysts on its financial and business outlook. The meeting is set for Tuesday at GM's headquarters in Detroit where a morning session will focus on product development and the company's redesigned cars, trucks and sport utility vehicles. That will be followed by an afternoon briefing on financial issues at GM, which lost $2.5 billion in its North ...
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