Sales are not exactly brisk right now, but Cadillac General Manager John F. Smith still is forecasting explosive growth for his division and Saab Automobile in the next five years. “There's a very good chance we could double our (combined) volume over the next several years,” Mr. Smith says. Together, global sales of Cadillac and Saab could range between 600,000-650,000 units annually in the '04-'05 time frame, he predicts, with Cadillac accounting for little more than half. Currently, the ...

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