DETROIT – Bolstered by its Opel Meriva monocab and Signum wagon, General Motors Corp. European operations will gain market share in 2003, a top company executive predicts. The Opel Signum key to GM Europe’s performance in 2003. GM finished 2002 with roughly a 9.4% share in Western Europe, according to Ward’s data. That was down from 2001’s 9.9%. Gaining ground in 2003 is key to GM Europe’s restructuring plan and its goal to break even this year. “Europe needs to turn ...

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