By John Crawley WASHINGTON, Nov 29 (Reuters) - U.S. sales of the popular Prius and other hybrids made by Toyota Motor Co. slipped this fall when buyers of those vehicles no longer qualified for a full federal tax break, Toyota officials said on Wednesday. "Until recently, there was a two-month wait to get one," Jim Press, president of Toyota North America, told an auto technology conference about Prius availability. Sales and marketing officials said lower gas prices and production ...
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