DETROIT – General Motors Corp.'s Buick Div., a key factor contributing to GM's declining market share over the decades, likely will post another year-over-over sales decline in 2005, the brand's third straight annual decrease in the U.S. Buick is one of only two GM brands – the other is Saturn – on the way to posting a decline in 2005 despite the raging success of GM's “Employee Pricing for Everyone” incentive program. Through July, Buick sales are trailing year-ago's results by 4.3%. ...

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