After a slow start in January, auto industry sales are expected to grow even stronger in March and April following respectable results in February, a General Motors Corp. executive forecasts. Paul Ballew, GM executive director-sales and industry analysis, says factors contributing to the positive outlook include: marginal improvements to vehicle affordability and pricing, warmer weather, more aggressive marketing efforts by auto makers and consumers using annual tax refunds to make ...
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