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    Post GM Announces Price Increases to Partially Recover Rising Commodity Costs

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    GM today announced a price adjustment on most of its 2008 model year vehicles to partially recover increasing steel and commodity costs. The price increases, averaging about 1.5 percent, are effective with vehicles invoiced to dealers on and after December 19, 2007. ...

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    Default kidding me?

    Are you serious? Really no way!

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