DETROIT – The Dec. 26 tsunami that killed an estimated 160,000 people and destroyed coastal roads and villages located along the Indian Ocean shoreline will negatively affect auto industry sales in General Motors Corp.’s Asia/Pacific region. “There will be an impact,” Troy Clarke, president-GM Asia/Pacific, tells Ward’s here at the 2005 North American International Auto Show. GM is donating Chevy Colorados to the tsunami recovery effort in Asia. “We have no way of accessing it. It ...

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