FRANKFURT — Saab Automobile and Cadillac, two General Motors Corp. luxury divisions about to embark on a new product offensive, will merge their sales operations in Europe in an effort to reach more buyers. A new joint management team will be formed to oversee all marketing and distribution responsibilities for the two brands in Europe, modeling their activities around the "Saab Unlimited" marketing strategy and using the existing Saab dealer network. Cadillac says it wants to dual its ...
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