By Rebecca Harrison PARIS, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Armed with an array of new models, the world's automakers are aiming to charm thrifty European motorists at next week's Geneva car show and kickstart a long-awaited recovery in the region's auto market. But as manufacturers increasingly trim prices and offer profit-eroding incentives to nurture wilting demand, they must also reassure investors and industry analysts in the Swiss lakeside city they are not sacrificing margins to prop up sales. ...
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