Now that concerns over a possible bankruptcy at General Motors are fading, retail sales have begun to rise again, Reuters reported.
According to GM’s vice president Mark LaNeve, increased confidence in GM’s financial performance was having a positive effect in showrooms. “Just eliminating the bankruptcy talk helps [market] share,” LaNeve said. …
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