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GM Economist Predicts Medium-Duty Truck Sales May Increase to 180,000 Units Annually

April 12, 2004

Paul Ballew, GM's executive director for global market and industry analysis, in a briefing for market analysts and the media on April 1, said in the Flint Journal newspaper, "There are clear signs that the medium-duty category is growing, We could get up to 180,000 medium-duty (trucks) industry-wide."
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