WASHINGTON – General Motor Corp.’s eroding sales have bottomed out, one high-ranking executive says. “We’ve passed the low point in (market) share,” Mark LaNeve, GM North America vice president-vehicle sales, service and marketing, says in a recent speech to the Washington Auto Press Assn. here. “Our share has been stable for six or seven months,” LaNeve insists the current sales level is sustainable without the profit-sucking incentives that have plagued the auto maker for years, ...
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