By Justin Hyde DETROIT, March 31 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. on Monday launched its most aggressive incentive program ever, offering zero-percent loans of up to five years on almost every model in a bid to jump-start sluggish U.S. auto sales. The offers, which are even broader than the plan GM launched after the Sept. 11 attacks, comes as the U.S. auto industry faces the prospect of lower than expected sales during its key spring season, thanks to the war in Iraq and a weak economy ...
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