FRANKFURT, Aug 20 (Reuters) - The world's biggest carmaker General Motors Corp expects the U.S. auto market to improve in coming months, especially in the fourth quarter, its chief executive said in a magazine interview released on Wednesday. "I think the market will improve further in the next months. The prospects for the second half of the year are clearly better, and the fourth quarter should be strong again," CEO Rick Wagoner told Germany's Manager magazine, which will publish the ...
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