For decades, General Motors sold more cars around the world than any other automaker. But a few years ago, Toyota stole GM's sales crown. GM has been fighting back -- but now there's a third contender. Could GM fall to third place? In this video, Fool contributor John Rosevear takes a look at the state of the global auto sales race -- and makes his prediction for who will prevail.
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