General Motors Corp.'s all-new fullsize trucks, due to launch in December, likely will not provide the auto maker with the sales boost and share gain experienced when its current big SUVs and pickups peaked in popularity during 2001-02, a company executive predicts. GM North America (GMNA) posted small market gains in those two years - its first since 1990. Since then, as the fullsize trucks began to age, GM's share of the U.S. market has resumed its decline. Earlier this year, in an ...

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