GM sees auto industry slowing in turbulent Middle East

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* Auto mkt growth seen slowing to 4-5 pct - GM official * Growth in past few years has been 7-9 pct DUBAI, Sept 1 (Reuters) - General Motors said it expected the automobile industry in the Middle East to show growth that is sustainable, but at a slower rate than in the last few years, hurt by uncertainty and political crisis in markets such as Egypt and Syria. The U.S. automaker temporarily closed its Egyptian assembly plant outside of Cairo last ...

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