DETROIT — Automakers here are hoping the New Year rings in with an auto show that bares no resemblance to the debacle of 1999 — one that is void of blizzards, airport snafus and stolen backpacks from the Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. exhibit. This year's North American International Auto Show promises to be memorable due in part to General Motors Corp.'s plan to bundle up its 11 international brands into a single pavilion, one that will occupy nearly a third of the main hall at Cobo Center. Most ...
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