DETROIT, March 23 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. Vice Chairman Bob Lutz said on Wednesday he expects the automaker, which last week warned of a loss in the first quarter, will post relatively flat U.S. sales for March. "I think we're going to be just about even, our best guess at this point. Either a percent over or a percent under," Lutz said during a Morgan Stanley automotive conference in New York. Analysts had said last week that GM's sales could fall as much as 10 percent in March.
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