(Repeats June 29 story for wider readership) * Industry sales incentives in June slipped slightly * Pickup truck sales up as gasoline prices down * July sales also seen hemmed in by impact of Japan quake * Incentives, car sales seen rising by September By Bernie Woodall DETROIT, June 29 (Reuters) - Fewer cars on dealer lots and higher prices -- factors that led to disappointing U.S. auto sales in May -- look to hold June results in check. U.S. auto sales are expected to rise ...
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