ROYAL OAK, MI – General Motors Corp. anticipates its U.S. sales in August will be down against results posted in July as well as like-2003, the company’s top executive says. GM Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner at 2004 Woodward Dream Cruise. “Sales will be fine this month,” GM Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner says here recently during a Woodward Dream Cruise event. “July was big. I think August will be solid, but probably not as big as July. It’ll be a decent month. We’ll likely be down ...

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