Saturn Corp., the only General Motors Corp. domestic division that is unprofitable, will be in the black around 2003 and has the potential to post annual sales of 500,000 units by 2005, company Chairwoman and President Cynthia Trudell tells Ward's. The automaker has a bright future, Ms. Trudell insists, adding that she doesn't “see” Saturn merging with GM's Oldsmobile Div., as had been rumored for a couple years. “It's not out of the realm of possibility that we could be a 500,000 unit ...
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