(Recasts to add Ford spokesman's comment, details) DETROIT, Aug 25 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. onThursday said it was extending through Sept. 30 the discount program under which it is selling new cars and trucks to the general public at the same low price a GM employee would pay. The wildly successful U.S. program, which the ailing automaker introduced on June 1, had been set to expire on Sept. 6, but GM spokeswoman Brenda Rios said it would continue through the end of next month. ...
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