U.S. light-vehicle sales fell for the third straight month in March, as the heated price competition among the Big Three again failed to lift sales on a par with year-ago levels. Demand fell 1.5% to a daily selling rate of 56,080 (27 selling days), compared with March 2001’s 56,941 (28 selling days). That left first-quarter 2002 sales trailing last year’s three-month pace by 4.5%. March’s seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of 16.9 million was above the prior month’s 16.6 million and ...
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