January sales results were less than expected, but General Motors Corp. isn’t panicking. Paul Ballew, executive director-market and industry analysis, says the sluggish start to 2004 isn’t changing the auto maker’s overall outlook for 2004. The industry paced at only 16.09 million units during the month, and GM found itself not off to the fast start it was targeting for 2004, as its total light-vehicle deliveries declined 2.1% to 296,392. Short supply limited H2 sales in ...
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