DETROIT – General Motors Corp. retail sales in the Southeast region are up 6% year-to-date and the auto maker has picked up one market share point vs. year-ago, a company executive tells Ward’s. GM’s sales increase is outpacing the industry in the region, where retail deliveries are up 4.71% to 871,000 units. “We’ve actually had a pretty good run here in the first half of the year,” says Bill Powell, GM’s Southeast region general manager. “We had a really strong first four months, ...

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