CANBERRA – Holden Ltd. is looking to add Iraq to its list of export markets. Holden WK Statesman should boost sales in Middle East region. Holden Chairman and Managing Director Peter Hanenberger tells local media that, as yet, nothing is in place. However, the removal of Saddam Hussein and the likely end to trade sanctions could lead to the General Motors Corp. subsidiary shipping up-market cars to Iraq. "At the moment, it's just a hope; we don't know how it would be ...

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