GM Streamlines, Expands Employee Pricing Program

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DETROIT, Oct 4 (Reuters) - General Motors Co has rolled out a new program to simplify the pricing discounts its employees and retirees receive when buying the U.S. automaker's cars and trucks. The program, launched Tuesday, simplified the complex and confusing structure previously used and was also expanded to include aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews, GM spokesman Jim Cain said. It also brings eligibility in line with programs offered by U.S. rivals Ford Motor Co and Chrysler Group, ...

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