By Justin Hyde DETROIT, Dec 27 (Reuters) - After a weak performance in the previous two months, U.S. auto sales are expected to rebound in December as General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co. battle for market share with a phalanx of rebates, interest-free loans and other offers. DaimlerChrysler AG's Chrysler arm triggered the latest escalation midway through November, when it brought back interest-free loans with terms up to five years on its sport utility vehicles. GM, which has a goal ...
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