Don't try and sell Doron Levin of Bloomberg.com any shares in GM. The columnist offers a grim recap of what he thinks are the company's main problems for the near future. Mainly weak divisions in Saturn and Buick, large inventories and high costs associated with employees' compensation and retirement. And he doesn't even mention the health care costs that are rising.
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