Expect incentives to remain a part of the auto industry’s near-term future, warns Nick Scheele, Ford Motor Co. president and chief operating officer. Nick Scheele “Virtually every manufacturer is using rebates right now,” he says during the auto maker’s recent annual shareholder meeting in Irvine, CA. “Does anybody like them? I don’t think anybody would really love rebates at all.” Still, they reflect “the world in which we live,” he adds. On the heels of Ford’s revelation ...

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