(Adds CEO's comments, details, background) By Jui Chakravorty STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich., Dec 15 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. should see improved revenue in 2006, driven by its new line of full-sized sport utility vehicles and trucks, Chief Executive Rick Wagoner said on Thursday. "We are going to have a nice start to the year as we build and ship the new Chevy Tahoe, and that should help on the revenue side," Wagoner said, speaking on the sidelines of GM's holiday party in Sterling ...
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