NEW YORK – Without costly brick and mortar, Volvo Cars is targeting growth of its annual assembly volume to 500,000 units by 2008 and eventually rising to 600,000, according to a spokesman in Gothenburg, Sweden. Volvo will build about 415,000 units in 2003. Output of new ’04 Volvo S40 to move to Gent, Belgium, plant. Volvo plans to increase production at its two principal plants in Torslanda, Sweden, and in Gent, Belgium, by adding a third shift at both facilities. Torslanda ...

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