Sales at General Motors Corp.'s revived and top import-fighting division, Oldsmobile, will increase 15%-20% in 1999, executives predict. With a monumental lineup overhaul completed, a new division chief in place, strong nameplates and increasing brand recognition, Oldsmobile is targeting sales at 390,000-400,000 units this year, up from 329,742 in 1998. The Intrigue midsize sedan and the promising Alero compact should account for more than half of that total, according to an Oldsmobile ...

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