With March U.S. light-vehicle sales sliding to their lowest level in 25 years, Wall Street analysts are questioning whether General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co. can survive a sustained sales slump without a cash infusion. The industry last month fell to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 15.05 million units, narrowly avoiding the psychological pitfall of dipping below 15 million. Deliveries accounted for the lowest annualized rate since October 2005, and March marked the ...

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