DETROIT – Light vehicle sales in Canada refuse to stay in decline. Sales had dropped in two of the three months prior to February, including an 18.4% off-the-cliff decline in January, after having undergone 13 consecutive months of increases. However, February light vehicle sales came back to post a 1% rise over year-ago. A small gain, but the comparison was with a strong February 2002 when sales increased 17.4%. Furthermore, the daily selling rate (4,287) was the highest on record ...

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