Buried in all the bad news of General Motors Corp.'s November sales data (see insert) — competitors continue to clobber Cadillac and another miserable decline for Oldsmobile — are indications that GM will regain the truck sales crown in 2000 from Ford Motor Co. Ford claimed the title during the 1990s because it had more capacity and several fresh products, while GM was stuck with aging designs and a manufacturing network geared toward building more cars than trucks. The world's largest ...
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