General Motors Corp. reports U.S. light-vehicle sales of 293,240 units in January, a 4.4% increase over year-ago. Cars sales grew 15.1% for the month with 134,141 deliveries, while truck sales remained relatively flat at 161,536, the auto maker says. Although retail sales fell about 7% for the month, fleet sales, up approximately 30%, more than made up for the difference. Fleet deliveries total about 30,000 units, a 10% decrease compared with like-2005, says Paul Ballew, GM executive ...
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