DETROIT – The weakening dollar is benefiting domestic auto makers by returning to more sustainable levels, General Motors Corp.’s chief financial officer says. The dollar is hovering near 4-year lows against the euro and 2-year lows against the yen, and stocks fell sharply early Monday afternoon as investors scurried to protect five weeks of gains in the face of more worrisome economic data. John Devine says GM will benefit from weaker dollar. GM CFO John Devine echoes U.S. ...

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