DETROIT, Nov 30 (Reuters) - An incentive plan at General Motors Corp. helped the automaker gain retail market share in the second half of November, while Ford Motor Co. saw a slight decline, J.D. Power and Associates said on Wednesday. A report from the industry tracking firm's closely watched Power Information Network said GM's "Red Tag" event, which went into effect on Nov. 13, boosted the company's retail market share to 19.9 percent through Nov. 27, from 18.8 percent in the first half ...
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