* WHAT: Automakers release November U.S. sales * WHEN: Tuesday, Dec. 2, from about noon EST * Sales seen down about 30 pct from year earlier By Soyoung Kim and David Bailey DETROIT, Nov 28 (Reuters) - Undercut by tight credit and a weak economy, November U.S. auto sales are expected to have dropped by some 30 percent from a year earlier, extending a year-long downturn that has pushed Detroit-based automakers to the brink of failure. U.S. automakers, struggling to conserve cash as ...
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