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AUTO SALES
(2007-11-02)
(wgvu) - THE AUTO COMPANIES ARE REPORTING THEIR OCTOBER
SALES NUMBERS, AND TWO OF THE U.S. GIANTS HAS BEEN SEEING DECLINES.
FORD SAYS ITS SALES FELL NINE PERCENT LAST MONTH, LEAVING IT
JUST BEHIND RIVAL TOYOTA.
FORD HAS BLAMED ITS WEAK PERFORMANCE ON A DECISION TO PULL BACK
ON LOW PROFIT SALES TO RENTAL CAR COMPANIES.
TOYOTA ENJOYED A GAIN OF 4 AND A-HALF PERCENT.
THE JAPAN-BASED COMPANY IS EXPECTED TO OVERTAKE FORD AS THE
NUMBER-TWO AUTOMAKER IN ANNUAL U.S. SALES AFTER GENERAL MOTORS THIS
YEAR.
CHRYSLER'S SALES FELL 9 PERCENT, WHILE GM'S ROSE 3 PERCENT.
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