Canada light-vehicle sales had their largest drop in nine months in October and the eighth decline so far this year. Sales totaled 120,877 for a daily selling rate of 4,649, 10.1% below October 2002 – 26 selling days both periods. See related data It was the largest drop since January’s 18.4% decline, and the second straight month sales fell since a 7.9% rise in August. The only other gain this year was a 1.0% increase in February. Of the three companies that outdid year-ago, Porsche ...
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