CANBERRA – GM Holden Ltd. sets a new vehicle-export record in 2005, breaking through the 60,000-unit barrier for the first time. The auto maker says the record was driven by Holden’s flagship prestige vehicles, the Statesman and Caprice, which penetrated new markets and established a reputation as one of the Middle East’s most popular vehicles. More than 27,300 long-wheelbase cars were shipped, more than seven times the number sold in Australia during the year. GM Holden exported ...

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