TROY, MI – If Saab Automobile wants to hit its goal of delivering 200,000 units annually, the Swedish auto maker will have to significantly diversify its sales base, the company’s top executive says here. “One of the dilemmas (facing Saab) is that we are very dependent on a few markets,” Saab Managing Director Jan-Ake Jonsson says during his first press conference in metro Detroit since taking his post April 1. “Two-thirds of our total volume is coming out of three markets: The U.S., ...

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