DETROIT, Feb 26 (Reuters) - U.S. industrywide vehicle sales appear to be running at a weaker annual pace of about 16 million units in February, General Motors Corp. Vice Chairman and Chief Financial Officer John Devine said on Wednesday. Devine's assessment, which a spokesman said includes medium- and heavy-duty trucks, is lower than Wall Street estimates. Many analysts expect a seasonally adjusted annual sales rate of 16.1 million to 16.4 million light vehicles, which excludes roughly ...
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