U.S. light-vehicle sales are forecast to increase in November from last month’s debacle, although to still-weak results. General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co. are expected to combine for hefty double-digit declines for the third-straight month in November. As the sales leaders, the two will hold the industry to a sub-par 15.5 million seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR). Both auto makers are suffering from a lower-than-normal mix of ’05 models to dole out at discounted rates. Other ...
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