General Motors Corp.’s top U.S. sales forecaster says July deliveries to date appear to be a repeat of June, when the industry’s seasonally adjusted annual rate fell to its lowest mark in nearly 15 years. He also warns auto makers likely will endure a softer market until they build enough small cars to meet the sudden shift in consumer demand away from fullsize gas-guzzlers. “In July, we’re continuing to see a challenging market as we saw in June,” says Mike DiGiovanni, GM executive ...
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