TRAVERSE CITY, MI – The recession is in the past, there’s no “double dip” still to come, and the auto industry is pacing to break previous annual sales forecasts of 16.6 million units this year. The economic picture – with the glaring exception of the stock market – may be getting sunnier, but it’s not going to help bail out the Big Three – whose market share will continue its free fall. So says W. Van Bussmann, senior vice president-global forecasting at J.D. Power and Associates, ...

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