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General Motors Corp., after posting U.S. sales declines in May while rivals Ford Motor Co. and DaimlerChrysler enjoyed strong gains, said it expects its U.S. market share to recover despite currently low supplies of some popular models, such as Chevrolet's Silverado full-size pickup. GM's target is a 30% U.S. share, but it failed to meet that goal in nine of the last 12 months. GM's May sales were off 5%, with its Chevrolet division down 25%. In trading Friday,
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