General Motors Corp. notched a 3.9% increase in U.S. light-vehicle sales, marking an increase in both car and truck deliveries in August. GM sold 363,521 light vehicles, up from year-ago’s 349,806. August represents the first monthly gain since January, when GM recorded at 6% year-over-year increase. But it still falls short of analysts’ projections calling for a 5%-10% rise. Meanwhile, the auto maker says it will reduce fourth-quarter production by 125,000 units, or 10.5%, from ...
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