A boost in production of Asian brands and slower industry sales helped push U.S. dealers’ light-vehicle inventory in October to a 5-month high of 2,264,287 units, 192,349 more than prior month. It was the most LVs in stock since 2,306,045 units at the end of April, when the full aftereffects of Japan’s natural disasters on production and sales were just starting to be felt. Related document: Ward’s U.S. Light Vehicle Inventory by Group October 2011 As a consequence, ...
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