Still working to revitalize Oldsmobile, General Motors Corp. could soon find itself with a second struggling division if Buick sales continue their downward slide. April sales data (see insert) shows Buick deliveries declining 26.6%. It was the second consecutive month every Buick product posted a double-digit sales decline vs. year-ago, a drop that has division officials considering new promotional activities for this month to move the metal. Four months into 2000, Buick deliveries are ...

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