CARMEL, California, U.S.A. — General Motors Corp.'s luxury Cadillac Div. says it will begin exporting its Escalade full-size sport/utility vehicle to Middle Eastern markets next year. Plans are to sell a combined 1,000 units annually, mostly in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates. Escalade, which has been overhauled for the '02 model year, should hit showrooms there in the first quarter of 2001. Officials say Cadillac decided to export Escalade to the region following the ...

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