DETROIT, Sept 29 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. expects its new vehicle sales in the Middle East to grow to about 100,000 cars and trucks annually by 2005 or 2006, up from about 60,000 this year, the GM head of the region said on Monday. GM is expanding its lineup in the region with 20 new models, including new Cadillacs and the Hummer H2 sport utility vehicle for the high end of the market, and South Korean-made small cars at GM's joint venture plant for young buyers. "A growth ...
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