Can Detroit's new cars bring in the lost sheep? Can the foreigners prosper at 90 yen to the dollar and $1.50 to the euro? This is a year to test possibilities. I'll just say this new year is important to the auto industry, not the most important year ever. We are to test possibilities: Can Detroit stop the deterioration of its markets? Can the foreigners still prosper with a weak dollar? Detroit has two shifts in strategy. The first, to slip away from ever-increasing incentives that ...

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