NEW YORK – Don’t look for the U.S. automotive market to get any easier any time soon, says one General Motors Corp. executive. GM 'shocked' by success of Hummer H2 "Ten years from now the industry will still be intensely competitive," says Paul D. Ballew, GM's executive director-global market and industry analysis. "There still will be negative pricing." "Next year will be the sixth straight year of negative pricing," Ballew says of the trend that has seen price hikes more ...

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