Importers clearly are gaining ground, but they won’t pick up market share as quickly in trucks as they did with passenger cars in the 1980s, predicts General Motors Corp. Chief Executive Rick Wagoner. Mr. Wagoner, speaking at the Frankfurt auto show moments after news hit of terrorist attacks in the U.S., says he expects extreme pricing pressures to continue in North America but believes GM is in shape to weather a reasonable slowdown in market demand. "I think it is probably going to be ...
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