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U.S. Auto Sales: GM sales up 16 percent to 226,402 units in October [table]


General Motors, the world second largest auto company said it sold 226,402 new vehicles during the month of October, an increase of 16 percent compared to the same period in 2012 when the automaker sold nearly 196,000 units. The Detroit based car maker said retail sales were up 16 percent last month and fleet sales were up 14 percent, even if ...
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