MELBOURNE — Holden Ltd. forecasts export revenues of A$2.3 billion (US$1.2 billion) by 2005, after shipments rose 37% last year to A$1.3 billion (US$684.9 million). The General Motors Corp. subsidiary shipped 29,198 cars to international markets in 2000, a 27% increase over 1999. Revenue from vehicle and component sales jumped from A$543 million (US$286.1 million) in 1999 to A$783 million (US$412.5 million) in 2000. Last year's vehicle exports confirm the company is on track to achieving ...

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