DETROIT – Thanks to General Motors Corp., February U.S. light-vehicle sales outdid expectations again. Although sales dropped from year-ago on a volume basis, February 2001 was one of the strongest on record for the month. February light-vehicle sales posted a 16.7 million seasonally adjusted annual rate, compared to year-ago’s 17.2 million, and well above January’s 15.8 million. The momentum carryover, as well as enhancements to incentives and increased production schedules, bodes well ...
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