GM seeks second year of higher U.S. market share

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By Michael Ellis DETROIT, Nov 26 (Reuters) - For the first time in more than 25 years, General Motors Corp. expects to marginally increase its U.S. market share for a second straight year in 2002, boosted by aggressive incentives and new vehicles. "I do think we'll show a second consecutive year of share gains. And if we do, that will be the first two years in a row that we've had share gains since 1976," John Smith, who takes over as GM's head of North American sales, service and ...

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