CANBERRA – Holden Ltd. is crediting strong sales both at home and abroad – spurred by a rash of new-product launches – for its record financial results in 2003. In releasing its annual report, Holden also says it plans to step up vehicle production at its Elizabeth plant. Holden will step up output at its Elizabeth assembly plant. Holden says it enjoyed record profits of A$286 million ($197 million) for 2003, up 11% on the A$257 million ($177 million) earned in 2002. Revenue rose 3% ...

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