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GM boss Bob Lutz sees the light at end of tunnel

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It has been a rough ride for General Motors recently, but the company's chairman, Bob Lutz, sees a smoother road ahead.

He told the BBC's Michelle Fleury that he expects car sales to recover in 2010.

In the US, the number of cars rolling off the lot fell by 21.2% in 2009 - the worst year since 1982.

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