August U.S. vehicle sales should improve on July’s results on a seasonally adjusted basis. But how well the industry performs during the month ultimately will depend largely on how successful General Motors Corp. is at moving some of its excess inventory – which will hinge on whether incentives still can provide enough muscle to pull consumers back into the market.(See related data: Ward's Forecast- August U.S. Light Vehicle Sales) Ward’s is forecasting a 17.4 million seasonally ...

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