In an effort to end artificial price supports, General Motors Corp.'s Cadillac Div. is going to reduce Seville production in favor of more Devilles later this year. The Division also has cut back on the scheduled production for the '01 Catera, which is built in Germany. Michael O'Malley, Cadillac general manager, says that he will not support sales with incentives or special reduced price deals for the Seville or Catera. However, he is adding to Deville production because the car is ...

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