Weak fleet demand and continued lack of consumer credit took General Motors Corp. U.S. light-vehicle sales down 50.9% on a daily rate basis in January, as volume totaled just 128,254 units. But top sales executives say there are signs both the industry and GM may be nearing the bottom of the trough. The auto maker saw fleet sales drop 80% from year-ago to just 13,000 units in January, outpacing the industry’s overall 50% decline by a wide margin. Only 10% of GM’s sales involved fleet ...
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