General Motors Corp. was set to blanket the U.S. with incentives on several of its vehicles heading into the Memorial Day weekend, an attempt to keep demand from softening further in June. Somewhat surprisingly, GM isn't the primary factor in the now anticipated flat — or declining — sales in May. Instead it's DaimlerChrysler Corp., which reportedly is expecting to report a significant 15% drop in U.S. deliveries. The automaker is ending second quarter incentives one month early in order ...

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