(Adds comments by Bush, Commerce Secretary Evans) By Glenn Somerville WASHINGTON, Oct 31 (Reuters) - Robust consumer spending for new cars helped push U.S. economic growth ahead during the third quarter at more than twice the anemic rate of the second quarter, the Commerce Department reported on Thursday, though the pace was weaker than expected. Gross domestic product, which measures total output within U.S. borders and is the broadest gauge of total economic performance, climbed at a ...
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