DETROIT – General Motors Corp. will step up pressure on the Bush Admin. to take action against the weakening yen, the auto maker’s top economist says here at a meeting of the Society of Automotive Analysts. “We intend to make this a major issue in Washington,” says GM Chief Economist G. Mustafa Mohaterem of the growing disparity between the Japanese yen and U.S. dollar. He says Japan has “actively manipulated the yen down” over the last three years through an injection of some $200 million ...

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