AUTOSHOW-GM Europe still aims for 2003 breakeven

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PARIS, Sept 26 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp's ‹GM.N› European unit still aims to break even in 2003 as new products feed through its pipeline, despite missing 2002 targets, the head of the unit said on Thursday. "The breakeven target is still on," GM Europe chief Mike Burns told Reuters in an interview, noting that revenues would be key as the unit has already made good progress with cost cuts. He also said he expected to maintain European market share at about 9.1 percent this year ...

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