Canada light-vehicle sales increased for the first time since September on a year-to-year basis in April, led by a surge from Asian-based companies that more than offset declines at the Big Three and small-volume European automakers (see data p.2). April vehicle sales totaled 150,131, including estimates for some medium- and heavy-duty makes that will report actual data later this month. The daily selling rate (DSR) was 6,255, 1.7% above like-2000's 6,151 — 24 selling days both periods. ...
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