The auto industry will set a worldwide sales record in 2003, a General Motors Corp. executive predicts. “We don’t normally report on this, but I thought I’d mention this month that the industry is on a record pace this year globally,” says Paul Ballew, GM general director-sales and industry analysis. “We will hit 58 million units for the first time ever. And we anticipate next year that the industry could hit 60 million units for the first time ever.” Hummer H2 sales declined ...
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