DETROIT – General Motors expects to trim the number of vehicles it sells to rental-car companies but wants overall deliveries from its Fleet and Commercial Operations to jump year-over-year, a high-ranking executive tells WardsAuto. Ed Peper, general manager-GMFCO, says the auto maker will shift sales away from rental-car firms and toward commercial and government customers, likely pushing up deliveries in the segment by as much as 25% from 2011 levels. “We are not letting ...

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