DETROIT – Even as domestic auto makers work to catch up in U.S. market share, foreign transplants are steadily fattening their coffers by selling more imported vehicles here. Foreign car companies in the year’s first eight months gained a solid 3.0% market Collectively, the transplants sold 4.7% more imported vehicles, totaling an additional 105,076 units, in the 8-month period than year-ago, while deliveries of their North American-built products gained a mere 2.6%, or 73,955 units, ...
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