WARREN, MI – Industry June new light-vehicle sales being released today will come in lower than forecast, but that isn’t changing longer-term market expectations for General Motors Corp. May’s 17.8 million-unit seasonally adjustable annual rate (SAAR) was “unsustainable,” says Paul Ballew, executive director-market and industry analysis. And June’s expected below 17 million-unit performance simply reflects that, he says. GM is sticking to its forecast for 2004 of 17 million-unit sales, ...

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