WARREN, MI – Industry sales will be down in September vs. like-2004 and probably from August’s results, a top General Motors Corp. executive predicts. “At mid-month, the entire industry is softer than a year ago and, to some extent, August,” Mark LaNeve, GM North America vice president-vehicle sales, service and marketing, says here during a preview of the auto maker’s all-new fullsize SUVs. Mark LaNeve “We think (Hurricane Katrina) is going to have a negative effect (on industry ...

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