October sales results mid-way through the month are looking worse than earlier forecasts predicted, General Motors Corp. executives admit. Following huge increases in June and July, when the Big Three offered employee discounts to the public, industry sales declined 0.3% in August, 7.6% in September and likely will post another decrease in October. The incentive programs cleared out inventory of '05 models, especially in important segments such as small cars and pickups, before auto ...

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