Industry watchers expecting to see General Motors Corp. cede to Toyota Motor Corp. for last year’s global sales supremacy better hold onto their ringside seats as the two have tied for No.1 best-selling auto maker in 2007. GM is reporting sales of 9.6369 million vehicles globally last year, equal to the rough result released by Toyota Motor Corp. last week. Toyota, which will be releasing more detailed results in the coming week, estimates its global sales for the year at 9.37 million. ...
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