Ford Motor Co. Premier Automotive Group head Wolfgang Reitzle wants Volvo Car to hike its global sales target to 600,000 units annually by 2004, Volvo Executive Vice President Sven Eckerstein tells Ward's. That bogey represents a 15% increase from targets set by Volvo prior to its acquisition by Ford. Mr. Eckerstein says Volvo will add new models to achieve the higher number, but he declines to be specific. Volvo is operating about the same as it did before the Ford deal, Mr. ...

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