SAO PAULO — Ford Motor Co. may proceed, but General Motors Corp. will delay new plant plans in Brazil after Rio Grande do Sul Governor Olivio Dutra announces plans to suspend incentives to the automakers. Dutra last month said his state lacked the money to grant the automakers millions of dollars in incentives his predecessor had promised. The incentives were key to getting the automakers to locate in the state. GM now says that, unless some of the promised outlay isn't freed up, it will ...

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