By Justin Hyde DETROIT, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Thanks again to aggressive incentives from Detroit's Big Three automakers, U.S. auto sales appear poised to increase this month over last January's totals, even after a December blowout that had been expected to drag results down. While analysts' forecasts range widely, the average estimate of 16.2 million for January's seasonally adjusted annualized sales rate is above last January's result of 15.8 million, but well off December's 18.3 million ...
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