VANCOUVER – Suzuki Motor Corp. has every confidence the new products on tap are sufficient to meet 2007 sales targets that set it up as a mainstream auto maker in the U.S. “So far, so good in the U.S., from my point of view,” Hirotaka Ono, Suzuki board member-overseas marketing, says at a press event here for the '06 Grand Vitara cross/utility vehicle. Suzuki's 357 plan calls for a tripling of sales in the U.S., to 200,000 units, over the five years from 2003 to 2007, mainly by adding ...
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