(Recasts, adds details) DETROIT, June 21 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. said on Thursday it expects to reduce U.S. fleet sales to daily rental companies by about 20,000 vehicles in June, affecting the automaker's overall sales volume for the month. GM's chief sales analyst, Paul Ballew, speaking to reporters, did not give any forecast for the automaker's overall June sales but said industry volume so far this month appears to be similar to May. GM's U.S. sales this year were down 3.8 ...
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