US: General Motors beats forecasts
General Motors, the world's largest automotive group, saw first-quarter profits of $1.78 billion (£1.1 billion), beating analysts' forecasts after record US car sales. It earned $2 billion in 1999's first quarter, amid high demand after strikes. First-quarter revenue was $46.86 billion, up a tenth.
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