(Adds closing GM and Ford share prices, 15th paragraph) By Tom Brown DETROIT, Jan 30 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co. ratcheted up consumer incentives on some of their most popular sport utility vehicles on Thursday, in the latest escalation of Detroit's profit-eating price war. The moves by the world's two largest automakers came just one week after they rolled out costly new incentives to lure buyers amid signs of slower U.S. vehicle sales. GM, the No. 1, said it ...
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