General Motors Corp. supports more financial incentives from the Bush Admin. to encourage consumer spending despite ongoing terrorist threats and the possibility of prolonged military actions. "We were at the meeting that the president called (Oct. 3) in New York," GM Chief Executive Rick Wagoner tells journalists in Greenville, SC, for road tests of the all-new Saturn Vue sport/utility vehicle. "And we offered our views that additional fiscal stimulus would be a good idea right now. And ...
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