In the drama that continues to unfold in the North American auto industry, Canada brings ardor to its role as understudy. With patience and restraint, it knows it has the potential to outperform. Sales in Canada are expected to hold up better than the U.S., partly because of less aggressive incentives, says Canadian auto analyst Dennis DesRosiers of Toronto. While the Big Three followed the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in the U.S. with 0% financing offers to artificially prime the ...
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