General Motors Corp.’s fleet sales will decline by about 20,000 units in July and August vs. year-ago as the auto maker delays deliveries until the end of year, says Paul Ballew, general director-sales and industry analysis, ina conference call reviewing June sales results. Chevy Impala sales were up 47.9% in June. GM’s fleet deliveries totaled roughly 86,000 units in June, or 20% of the auto maker’s sales total of 429,742 cars and trucks. GM’s fleet sales during like-2002 ...

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