General Motors Corp. light-vehicle deliveries tumbled 42.5% in March, marking the sixth consecutive month of massive year-over-year sales declines for the auto maker during one of the worst markets in decades. GM delivered 155,380 vehicles in the month, compared with 280,834 year-ago, according to Ward’s data. The industry had 25 selling days last month, compared with 26 year-ago. However, the auto maker’s sales executives find optimism in last month’s numbers, citing a 23% increase in ...

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