Dec 29 (Reuters) - General Motors Co [GM.UL] is offering huge incentives to its dealers to speed up the sales of leftover inventory from its Saturn and Pontiac brands, that can push up the automaker's December sales, the Wall Street Journal said. In a letter to its dealers, General Motors said it would pay $7,000 for every new Saturn or Pontiac on their lots that is moved to rental-vehicle or service-vehicle fleets, according to the paper. With this plan, the vehicles would be classified ...
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