Look for more incentives and rebates from automakers to lift total industry sales volume to a new record of 17.5 million units in 2000, despite the moderating economy, predicts General Motors Corp. North America President Ronald L. Zarrella, who also implies rumors are untrue that he will leave the company. “I'm here as long as I and (GM Chief Executive G. Richard Wagoner Jr.) think I can be effective,” Mr. Zarrella tells Ward's in a wide-ranging interview. He adds that it's the most ...

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