STOCKHOLM – Saab Automobile, which has recorded a profit only one year since General Motors Corp. purchased a 50% stake in the Swedish auto maker in 1990, will be financially healthy again when its annual sales hit 200,000 units within five years, Saab’s CEO tells Ward's here during media test drives of the all-new 9-3 lower luxury compact car. Peter Augustsson "We should be very profitable (at 200,000 units annually)," Peter Augustsson, Saab CEO and president says. "Below that ...
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