TOURRETTES, France – September auto sales could be feeling the effects of the hurricanes that have lashed the southeastern U.S., General Motors Corp. executives say. Florida, which accounts for roughly 10% of U.S. sales, has been hit by three hurricanes since late August. “I think we’ll be all right,” GM CEO Rick Wagoner says of September sales. “I haven’t specifically seen any numbers from the Southeast, but I would suspect not too many people are buying cars down there,” says GM ...
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