Canada light-vehicle sales in December returned to year-to-year gains after a 13-month string was broken in November, giving the nation its best year ever in 2002. Several auto makers ended the year with a flourish. But 2002 also was marked by all-time low market shares at two of the three largest companies, DaimlerChrysler Canada Inc. and Ford Motor Co. of Canada Ltd. At the same time, there was record penetration for several smaller companies, plus improved market share for ...
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