PONTIAC, MI – General Motors Corp. Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner says the auto maker will catch up to consumer demand for smaller, more fuel-efficient vehicles in the year’s second half but won’t risk getting too far ahead because of the delicate economic climate. The auto maker announced plans earlier this month to shift its production mix away from light trucks to the smaller passenger cars and cross/utility vehicles consumers now favor in the face high gasoline prices. But Wagoner ...

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