NEW YORK – General Motors does not intend to speed up the launch of additional new products after advancing the Chevy Malibu by some four months, Chairman and CEO Dan Akerson says. Particularly in no danger of being sped up is development of the auto maker’s next-generation fullsize trucks. “(Trucks) would not be a program we would move up in a (gasoline) mileage-sensitive market,” Akerson tells Ward’s on the sidelines of the National Automobile Dealers Assn. and IHS Automotive ...

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