DETROIT, Oct 30 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. , faced with sluggish automobile sales, said Wednesday it would extend through Jan. 2 its "triple zero" incentive program on most of its vehicles. The world's largest automaker offered no down payments, no payments for three months and no-interest loans in October in response to signs of slowing U.S. car sales, and said the program would expire Oct. 31. Since then, industry executives and analysts have said October sales continued to appear ...
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