General Motors Corp. says it wants to sell 200,000 Daewoo vehicles annually in Europe to replace lost sales from its Adam Opel AG and Vauxhall AG European units. GM Europe President Mike Burns tells Bloomberg News, "The focus will be to improve Daewoo sales as quickly as we can." GM saw a drop in Western Europe market share from 12.2% in 1997 to 9.9% this year for its combined Opel, Vauxhall and Saab Automobile units. With 200,000 annual sales, GM would have a 1.4% market share in ...
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