GM sees sales boost from lowered bankruptcy concern


DETROIT, June 27 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. has seen a boost in retail vehicle sales because its improved performance has eased consumer concerns that it could face eventual bankruptcy, a senior executive said on Tuesday. GM Vice President Mark LaNeve, responding to a question from a reporter, declined to say whether he thought the automaker's U.S. market share had hit bottom near 23 percent. But he said increased confidence in GM's financial performance was having a positive effect ...

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