General Motors Corp.'s U.S. market share will be “north of 30%” after the automaker irons out its Vehicle Order Management System (VOMS) and rolls out several new important products, a company executive predicts. GM previously had told Wall Street analysts its stretch goal for 1999 was 32%. “Everything would have to be perfect for us to achieve 32% market share,” says Roy S. Roberts, GM vice president and group executive, North American Vehicle Sales, Service and Marketing (VSSM). “We knew ...

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