A war with Iraq would slow but not stop the U.S. economic recovery, a General Motors Corp. executive says. "If there were a war in the Middle East and if it impacted energy prices and so on, it would have some impact on the economy," says Paul Ballew, GM’s general director of market and industry analysis. "It would have some impact on the industry. We don’t think it would be an overwhelming impact, but it would be there and it would be noticeable." So far, the Bush Admin.’s saber ...

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