NEW YORK, March 19 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp will be aggressive on incentives to meet its 2008 sales targets and expects other carmakers to do the same, its U.S. sales chief said on Wednesday. GM, the largest U.S. carmaker, has increased incentives a little from February and from a year earlier, Mark LaNeve told Reuters in an interview on the sidelines of the New York auto show. LaNeve said the pricing environment for full-sized pickup trucks remained tough and GM and its rivals ...
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