U.S. light-vehicle sales are expected to get off to a strong start in 2004, based on a Ward's forecast for January. Improved economic conditions and the fact several auto makers already are enhancing incentives before the month is half over should lead to an improvement on year-ago’s results. The January outlook calls for a 16.6 million seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR), based on factors estimated by Ward's, as the Bureau of Economic Analysis had yet to release new ...
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