General Motors Corp. can regain some of its slipping market share through increasing use of conquest tools and a slight slowdown in the industry sales pace, company officials say. GM's share finished 1998 at 29.4%, down from 31.3% in 1997. Chief Financial Officer J. Michael Losh predicts GM will reverse an eight-year market share decline in 1999. “What I think you should look for from us, as we go through 1999, each quarter we ought to be better than the same quarter the year before. ...

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