DETROIT – About 1 million deliveries have been “pulled forward” by 0% financing and other incentives, with the biggest impact occurring in fourth quarter 2001 and third quarter 2002, estimates Paul Ballew, General Motors Corp. executive director-industry and market analysis. Because of this, resurgent auto sales will lag a year or two behind the U.S. economic recovery General Motors Corp. is predicting for 2004. Ballew says many consumers took advantage of lucrative ...

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