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GM forecasted to remain third in global sales race of 2014


While Toyota has not yet reported its full year tally for 2014, we already know the end figures for the pursuers – Germany’s Volkswagen AG and the largest US automaker – General Motors. Frankly, we’re not expecting any surprises later on this month when the Japanese automaker unveils the sales figures, and General Motors will most likely remain third, behind both. ...
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