General Motors, riding momentum after reporting its first annual profit since 2004, expects a solid start for its business in 2011 but admits to concerns over fast-rising fuel prices, a potential easing of wild growth in China and a lighter North American product cadence relative to its competitors. The auto maker says it earned $4.7 billion, or $2.89 per share, in 2010, including fourth-quarter earnings of $510 million, or $0.31 per share. The fourth-quarter results take into account ...
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