BIRMINGHAM, Michigan, Aug 28 (Reuters) - General Motors Co's top executive for Cadillac said the brand should be challenging foreign automakers for the top spot in U.S. luxury auto sales within a couple of years. Don Butler, vice president of marketing for Cadillac, told reporters in the Detroit suburb of Birmingham, Michigan, that sales for the brand should be twice what they were at the end of 2010 "within a couple years." At the end of 2010, Cadillac U.S. ...
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