Rick Wagoner, chief executive of General Motors, would like to see the Bush Admin. increase corporate and consumer incentives to encourage spending in these uncertain times. The plea comes as credit agencies continue to show little faith in the Big Three. October is shaping up to be one of the best sales months in GM history and Ford reports deliveries more than 30% above expectations. But those sales aren't coming cheap. The Big Three introduced 0% financing in the wake of the ...

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