DETROIT – General Motors Corp. will finalize plans by mid 2003 to ship its Cadillac CTS to Europe and Japan, officials say. “It won’t be a big, full-scale assault. We’ll kind of ease them in,” says Cadillac Marketing General Manager Mark LaNeve. GM will begin selling Cadillac CTS in Europe and Japan in 2003. There also is serious interest in the CTS from the Middle East, China, Taiwan and South Korea, says LaNeve at the Detroit Science Center following a media preview of ...

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