NEW YORK — Leaders of three North American importers say the booming luxury vehicle segment is slated for a slow down. They forecast future growth will come with the introduction of new products, including entry into new segments. Hans Olov Olsson, who recently took over as president of Volvo Cars of North America, Inc., nevertheless forecasts that his company will virtually double its North American sales by 2002. Much of this growth, Olsson says, will be driven by the introduction of ...

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