NEW YORK, July 23 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp . and Ford Motor Co. , are signaling they intend to raise prices on many of their 2003 models, after having driven incentives this year with zero percent financing, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday. Though the top two automakers are offering few details of their 2003 pricing plans, the Journal said some comments from the company, dealers and outside analysts indicated GM and Ford were trying to offset the heavy costs of ...
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