General Motors Corp.'s Saturn Corp. lost $849.7 million in 2000, according to an internal company memo obtained by Bloomberg News. That's an average of $3,248 for every car it sells: $4,997 for every L-Series and $2,017 for every S-Series. To erase the losses, analysts say Saturn needs to build 500,000 vehicles annually, or 84% more than were built in 2000. • Honda Motor Co. Ltd.'s Swindon, U.K., plant will produce a new 3-door Civic for sale in North America beginning next year. The ...

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