A string of new and possibly stronger products is not likely to see the Big Three U.S. auto makers stop their combined market share slide, much less reverse it. Even if General Motors Corp., Ford Motor Co. and the Chrysler Group – which is having some success right now – can improve their pricing power and overcome the image of lagging quality compared with foreign-based auto makers, intensifying competition will put a cap on growth prospects. The Big Three might be able to pump up ...
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