General Motors Co. is positioning its Cadillac luxury marque for a “new start” in Europe, after pulling out of the market last year following the collapse of its distributor Kroymans Corp. Although Cadillac officials are bullish on the brand’s future in Europe, volume expectations are modest, GM spokesman Hanspeter Ryser tells Ward’s. The brand’s place in the market represents “a very small niche,” Ryser says, adding Kroyman delivered about 3,000 cars in 2008 – the distributor’s last ...

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