The U.S. Big Three are not the only auto makers experiencing falling light-truck sales in the domestic market. Ward’s data shows many import light-truck brands are in a sales slump, as well. Through June, Big Three light-truck sales were off 10.8%, according to Ward’s. And while Asian and European light truck results are in the black, up 4.3% and 11.7%, respectively vs. half-year 2005, those numbers do not tell the entire story. Nissan North America Inc.’s Nissan and Infiniti brands, ...

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