TORONTO - Canada's light-vehicle sales are just a fraction of that in the U.S., but with the automotive industry becoming increasingly competitive auto makers are fighting for every point of share. To put the Canadian market in perspective, auto makers in 2006 sold 1,612,460 vehicles. Similar to the population disparity, U.S. sales were more than 10 times that number, with 16,504,400 deliveries, according to Ward's data. Canada is gaining in importance with global auto makers as ...
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