CORRECTION - CHICAGO - RPT-U.S. light vehicle sales, market share for July


CHICAGO, Aug 1 (Reuters) - The following chart represents U.S. light vehicle sales totals, individual automaker results and market share for the month of July. Percent changes are based on the daily sales rate. The seasonally adjusted annual rate is calculated using seasonal factors supplied by the U.S. Commerce Department. INDUSTRY TOTALS JULY 2008 JULY 2007 % CHG Total Industry 1,135,056 1,311,470 -20.1% Domestic Car 394,899 421,652 -13.5% Domestic Truck 421,358 569,679 -31.7% Import ...

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