WILMINGTON, DE – Despite a surprisingly weak month of sales in May, General Motors Corp. is sticking to aggressive earnings projections for the rest of 2002, CEO Rick Wagoner Jr. tells shareholders and media attending the auto maker’s annual meeting here. Wagoner also says GM continues to mull whether to build a new U.S.-engineered small car at its Lordstown, OH, assembly plant. “May was slower than we thought it would be – and a little bit of a surprise,” Wagoner says of GM’s 11.9% drop ...

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