GM predicts vehicle sales downturn LONDON — Vehicle sales in Europe could fall by up to 1 million units, or more than 6%, says General Motors Europe President Michael Burns in published reports. Current market conditions, namely in the ailing German market, are prompting the downturn. GM registrations fell 5.5% during March. Reorganization across all national brands including Opel, Vauxhall and Saab is planned to further reduce GM costs, Burns says. Magna supplies VW VIENNA — Magna ...

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