Global automotive sales are expected to total a record-setting 61.1 million units in 2004 and increase to 71 million vehicles in 2010, according to General Motors Corp. forecasts. The industry sold 59 million cars and trucks in 2003, and GM predicted in January that deliveries would total 60 million units in 2004. GM CEO Rick Wagoner predicts record-setting global vehicle sales in 2004. “Global vehicle sales are actually stronger than we expected five or six months ago,” GM Chairman ...

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