DETROIT – General Motors Corp. forecasts that European car and truck sales, including commercial units, will be flat in 2003 vs. 2002’s expected 18 million units. Paul Ballew, general director-market and industry analysis at GM, says the strong U.K. market "will come back to Earth a little bit" and the struggling German market "will grow very slightly." GM believes Opel Vectra sales will position it for better performance in Europe for 2003. The Eastern European market will ...

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