Blog: Dave LeggettAssumptions for '09

Dave Leggett | 13 January 2009

There were some on-the-ball looking remarks from Bob L:utz yesterday about how GM is approaching prospects for the US market from a planning point of view. Basically, assume that the market carries on tanking and that the bumper markets of recent years won't be returned to rapidly. The market crawls back to 13-14m units a year as the economic outlook eventually improves. And anything more than that's a bonus. 

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