There is little change expected in U.S. light-vehicle sales in March. While federal programs to help the automotive industry directly and increase the availability of business and consumer loans continue to take shape, it’s unlikely they will impact sales this month. Additionally, fleet sales, which have been all but frozen throughout the winter months, probably won’t thaw out until the next quarter, leaving sales in March more or less a mirror image of January and February. With this ...
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