General Motors Corp. continues to feel pressure from record-high gasoline prices and a lackluster housing industry, which combined to push the auto maker’s July deliveries down 19% on an adjusted basis, according to Ward’s data. There were 24 selling days in July vs. 25 in like-2006. “The twin-fold headwinds of gas prices and housing are clearly having an impact on the (industry),” says chief sales analyst Paul Ballew. “Put it all together and the sales performance quite simply reflects ...
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