U.S. light-vehicle sales likely will continue their downward spiral in March, with the seasonally adjusted annual rate falling to its lowest level in nearly 10 years, a Ward’s forecast for the month shows. While economists have yet to officially declare the nation in a recession, at least one survey indicates U.S. consumers already are labeling the current economic slowdown that way. Potentially further affecting vehicle demand this month is the ongoing credit crisis, which already has ...
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