DETROIT, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co.'s U.S. sales will likely fall 20 percent in January due to lower fleet sales, the automaker's sales analyst said on Wednesday. George Pipas told reporters Ford's U.S. January fleet sales would fall 40 percent, driven by a 60 percent decline in daily rental sales. "This is not going to be the biggest decline in fleet sales," Pipas said, adding that there would be double-digit declines in fleet sales every month. Pipas also said he expected ...
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