By Michael Ellis DETROIT, Jan 23 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. said it was halting production at a commercial truck plant for eight weeks due to flagging demand amid the slow U.S. economic recovery, even as it raised incentives on other vehicles to boost sales. GM, the world's largest automaker, also said it will halt production for two weeks at its Wilmington, Delaware, plant, where it makes the slow-selling Saturn L Series mid-size car. Despite those cuts in production, GM still ...
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