NEW YORK – Expecting a "pretty good" November, John F. Smith, General Motors Corp. group vice president-sales, service and marketing, says he's cautiously optimistic the auto maker can gain market share for the third year in a row. "We could be almost where we were on Dec. 1, 2002," Smith says. If so, that would mark a significant 1-month gain for the auto maker, which ended October with a 28.0% share of the light-vehicle market. A year-ago, it headed into December with a 28.3% share. It ...
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