DETROIT – Even though the Memorial Day holiday provided a sales boost, May's industry sales rate might fall as low as 15.8 million units, says a top General Motors Corp. executive. Gary Cowger says GM’s May sales picked up during Memorial Day weekend. That would be the lowest seasonally adjusted annual rate for a month since February’s 15.4 million seasonally SAAR, Ward’s data indicates. If May’s SAAR finishes less than 16.2 million, it would halt three consecutive months of ...
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