Hard on the heels of losing its global sales crown to Toyota Motor Corp., General Motors Corp. expects January's seasonally adjusted annual rate of sales to fall below 10 million units. Mike DiGiovanni, GM's top sales analyst, blames the sinking SAAR on declining fleet sales. “Especially the sales to rental-car companies, which are pretty much just-in-time delivery,” he tells journalists and analysts during a conference call to outline the auto maker's 2008 sales performance. The last ...
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