NEW YORK – Chevrolet Div.’s top sales executive says he is confident parent General Motors Corp.’s new value-pricing strategy, which officially takes hold this month with an end to the auto maker’s employee-discount incentive, won’t cause a drop in demand. GM did take a hit in September – light-vehicle sales fell 24.2% vs. year-ago – as the program was winding down and inventories of the ’05 models it was designed to move began to be depleted. Chevrolet sales declined 27.7% during the ...

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