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GM likely to recapture global auto sales lead from Toyota

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I wish they would bring back the Packard

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That's right!!! Read it and weep. Suck it up!!! oh HAPPY DAY!!! American cars will retake the Title of No. 1.

Tokyo Motor Show at Tokyo Big Sight had no American Pavillions. As a matter of fact it was probably the worst Motor Show ever.

Better go back to Makuhari Messe next year when GM and Ford come back.

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When will GM pay back all of the money? Not the "loan" money but the money the government is losing selling GM stock?

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@Yuri, don't open a can of worm with that question, Remember JAL and other japanese Company that still loosing money, not they money but tax money, giving for free by the JGov.

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Of course GM would win , they have exploding circus cars , don't they? /s

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So I wanted to buy a CTS-V, it's $64,515 in the US. In Japan it is 8,990,000円!! Will someone do something about this? I can afford a CTS-V when it is $64,515 but at 8,990,000円 ($117,022) I can't! When will Japan start playing fair?

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I can afford a CTS-V when it is $64,515 but at 8,990,000円 ($117,022) I can't! When will Japan start playing fair?

アメリ フセイン, why don't you ask GM to reduce the price? It's not Japan' fault.

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