Canada sales of cars and trucks rolled to their ninth straight year-to-year increase in February as both cars and trucks showed gains (see data p.4). It's the longest string of increases since 20 consecutive months through June 1998. Total vehicle sales — including estimates for some medium- and heavy-duty trucks (reported later this month) — numbered 98,179, or 3,927 per each of the month's 25 selling days. The daily selling rate (DSR) was 3.9% above same-month 1999's 3,781 (24 selling ...
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