DETROIT – The big crystal ball at General Motors Corp. shows no U.S. recession in the near future. Despite fears the nation is headed in that direction, the economy likely will stop short of such a sustained period of general economic decline, predicts Fritz Henderson, GM’s vice chairman and chief financial officer. “Some aspects of the economy are performing well,” a hopeful Henderson tells the Automotive Press Assn. here. He also credits government policy makers, specifically the ...
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