NEW YORK – U.S. auto sales should hit bottom in 2009 and may climb back above the 17 million mark within four years, says Craig Cather, president and CEO of CSM Worldwide. Of the Detroit Three auto makers, Ford Motor Co. is in the best position to weather the current economic storm, Cather tells the International Press Assn. here, but he says the restructuring plan put forth by General Motors Corp. earlier this month is enough to ensure it survives, as well. U.S. Light Vehicle Sales ...

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