General Motors Corp.’s U.S. light-vehicle sales fell to their lowest level for the month of March in more than 25 years, with daily deliveries of just 10,801 – some 1,500 units below year-ago’s record low. GM’s under performance set a second record, as well, losing nearly two points of market share in a single month and garnering its smallest share of monthly U.S. light-vehicle sales ever – 20.8%. Combined with a smaller drop by Chrysler LLC and a slight increase for Ford Motor Co., GM’s ...

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