GENEVA — Ford Motor Co.'s Premier Automotive Group is raising sales targets for Volvo Car Co. by about 15% says Sven Eckerstein, senior vice president and deputy chief executive officer of VCC. Eckerstein says the new target is 600,000 units worldwide by 2004. He promises that there will be new product lines to help meet the increased sales goal but declines to specify what they would be. However, Ward's Automotive International has learned from Volvo insiders that one of the new ...

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