General Motors Corp. says high fuel prices in April exasperated an already difficult sales environment, pushing the auto maker’s new car and truck deliveries down 23% for the month and roping the industry with its worst performance in more than 10 years. “The month of April was a challenging one for the U.S. auto industry,” says Michael DiGiovanni, GM’s director-global market and industry analysis. GM estimates the industry sales equaled a 14.7 million-unit seasonally adjusted annual ...
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