U.S. vehicle sales are expected to fall 10% in 2002, does that mean big production cutbacks at General Motors? Compared with last year’s surprisingly strong finish, the 2002 sales year is looking pretty soft, and is expected to be down about 10% overall from 2001, does that mean GM will cut its production 10%? Well, actually no. Gary Cowger, GM’s president of North American operations is upbeat about the automaker’s prospects this year, but he adds that one of the reasons GM’s ...

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