Blame it on the rain. Actually, it was the snow and cold temperatures, along with other culprits, that led to weaker-than-expected sales results in February, according to General Motors Corp.’s market analysis guru. The other issues were the struggling economy, rising energy prices, tensions in the Middle East and sales pull-ahead following a strong performance in December. “Weather was certainly a factor,” Paul Ballew, GM general director-market and industry analysis, tells the media ...
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