Uncertainty over how deeply new vehicle sales will be affected by the war and a sluggish economy has caused some pullback industry-wide in North American production during March. Bucking the trend is General Motors Corp., which remains more aggressive than other manufacturers. GM, along with U.S. importers, largely is responsible for the current inventory buildup, which could be exacerbated if sales don’t rebound from the sub-16 million seasonally adjusted annual rate posted in February. ...
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