U.S. sales maintained a slower pace for the second consecutive month in November, as moderation in economic growth finally appears to be catching up with the industry. Sales — including estimates for Daewoo Motor America, Mercedes-Benz U.S.A. Inc. and Porsche Cars North America Inc. — totaled 1.231 million in November. That equaled a daily selling rate of 49,251, 3.5% below like-1999's 51,035 — 25 selling days both periods. It was the first time sales declined two straight months since ...
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