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The number of motor vehicles sold in Canada has dropped by 15%

The number of motor vehicles sold in Canada has dropped 15 percent in March compared to the same months of 2008, according to preliminary data released Wednesday by DesRosiers Automotive Reports.

Some 127,500 new cars and trucks were sold in March, compared to just over 150,000 in March 2008.

According to the analyst Denis DesRosiers, these data, although negative, mark a significant improvement over the previous months that had given rise to declines of more than 20 percent.

Chrysler Canada, reclame billions of dollars in aid from the American, Canadian and Ontario governments, saw its sales drop by nearly 27 percent in Canada.

The decline was less pronounced at General Motors, another constructor that requires government support. GM Canada has seen its sales fall by 17 per cent in March, it has all the same allowed to resume his usual place of number one in the country.

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