(Adds details throughout) DETROIT, June 28 (Reuters) - U.S. new vehicle sales have been weaker-than-expected in June, and General Motors Corp. will have difficulty racking up a sales gain for the month, a top GM official said on Monday. "We're a little weaker than what we expected to be in June," Paul Ballew, GM's head of sales analysis, told Reuters in a telephone interview. Light vehicle sales for the industry will total a seasonally adjusted annual rate of about 16.3 million in ...
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