DETROIT – The mood may be gloomy in Detroit, where Big Three auto makers are coming off a tough 2006 and remain smack in the middle of a painful restructuring that will see massive job cuts and several plants closed over coming months. But the U.S. market, at least, will stay relatively healthy this year, top economists for the companies tell the Society of Automotive Analysts here, with gas prices likely to decline and sluggish housing sales to have a less-than-feared impact on ...
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