DETROIT – General Motors Vice President Chris Perry says an incentive strategy played out in the first two months of the year probably will look like an anomaly when 2011 comes to a close, but he promises the restructured auto maker will remain aggressive where it sees a chance grab market share. “You’re seeing a bump right here,” Perry says of the juicy deals GM offered in January and February to keep owners in the auto maker’s vehicles, especially those scheduled to soon exit dead brands ...

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