As General Motors Corp. seeks higher profits by pulling back from the close-to-the-margin rental car market, it reports a record gain in government and commercial fleet sales. Non-rental fleet sales jumped 3% through March, an all-time first-quarter record for GM. “And we were up 13.5% for the month,” says Paul Ballew, executive director-global market and industry analysis. Vans and midsize cars were the segments that benefited most, Ballew says during a teleconference with journalists ...
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