GM sees fall-off in October auto sales from summer


WARREN, Mich., Oct 28 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. expects U.S. October new light vehicle sales to tumble from strong levels seen earlier this summer to a seasonally-adjusted annual rate for the industry of around 16 million, GM's head of sales analysis said on Tuesday. "We'll probably hit 16 (million), but if we do, it won't be by much," Paul Ballew, GM's executive director of market and industry analysis, told Reuters before a press preview of the new Saturn Relay and Buick Terraza ...

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