U.S. light-vehicle sales are not quickly springing back to life in March following weak year-over-year results in January-February, and especially are not yet returning to the 17 million-unit level topped in each of the past four years. After running at a 16.6 million-unit seasonally adjusted rate over the first two months of 2019, compared with 17.0 million a year ago, March is expected to improve slightly from the two-month total to 16.8 million, but that will be below the year-ago ...

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