General Motor Corp. sales increased 4.3% in September, according to Ward’s data, a performance the auto maker calls comforting given persistent economic headwinds such as the housing downturn and high fuel prices. GM also predicts a “choppy” sales pace in the final quarter of 2007, saying it will closely resemble third-quarter performance. But the auto maker leaves its fourth-quarter production guidance unchanged at 1 million vehicles, down from prior-year’s 1.107 million. “We are going ...
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