Hurricane Sandy dents GM vehicles sales in US northeast

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Oct 30 (Reuters) - General Motors Co's vehicle sales in the northeast United States will be hurt by Hurricane Sandy, while the company's Maryland transmission plant was closed on Tuesday, the No. 1 U.S. automaker said. GM did not provide an estimate on how badly sales would be impacted, and said it is still assessing the storm's impact on its dealer network in the affected areas. The Detroit automaker said it is not seeing significant delays in its supply base, ...

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