February "not a great month" for U.S. car sales-GM


By Tom Brown DETROIT, Feb 25 (Reuters) - February was "not a great month" for U.S. vehicle sales but it wasn't all bad either, Paul Ballew, the chief sales analyst at General Motors Corp. said on Wednesday. "All in all, not a bad month, not a great month, but pretty close to expectations," Ballew told Reuters, when asked about monthly sales results for an industry that accounts for about 4 percent of the U.S. economy. Ballew told Reuters he sees February light vehicle sales, which ...

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