So far, so good when it comes to the U.S. new-vehicle market in 2007, but General Motors Corp. says it is keeping a close eye on a couple industry trends, including a movement toward a less-profitable model mix. Paul Ballew, executive director-global market and industry analysis, says April was a solid sales month for the auto maker and that the first four months of the year have been “pretty much what we anticipated in vehicle sales.” But there are concerns, including sharply rising ...
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