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(May 14, 2001) -- Though neither company confirmed it, last week General Motors Corp.'s advertising "hiatus" with Conde Nast Publications appeared to be ending.

A GM spokesman said the car maker "is continuing its longstanding relationship with Conde Nast," but declined comment on the terms of any agreement.

Conde Nast executives flew to Detroit May 10 for its annual fete with auto advertisers. "It seems to be resolved," said one executive involved in the situation, "but no one wants to go public yet." A Conde Nast spokesman did not return calls by press time.

Copyright May 2001, Crain Communications Inc.

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