The colossal sales increases General Motors Corp. recorded in June and July will come to a halt in August, a company executive says. Low inventory levels are to blame for the slowdown in deliveries, Mark LaNeve, GM North America vice president-vehicle sales, service and marketing, told securities analysts at the auto maker's Renaissance Center headquarters in Detroit on Aug. 30. Mark LaNeve “After a very strong Jne and July, and these very low inventories – especially in fullsize ...

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