DETROIT, June 22 (Reuters) - U.S. auto industry sales were stable at low levels but could improve slightly in the fourth quarter, Korean automaker Hyundai Motor Co's U.S. chief executive, John Krafcik, said on Monday. "It is remarkable how stable the market has been between 9.5 and 10 million units this year," Krafcik said in an interview. Krafcik, who spoke soon after Hyundai took the top spot for mass market brands in an influential survey on new car quality, said there is growing ...
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