SANTA BARBARA, CA – Mexican auto sales will hit record levels in 2002 and General Motors Corp. will continue to gain market share there, a top executive tells Ward’s here at a product seminar for international media. Chevy Corsa “I think Mexico can probably break the 1 million mark. We’re looking at 1 million to 1.2 million,” predicts Arturo Elias, president-GM Mexico. “The auto sector there is holding up fairly well, despite the fact the economy is soft. (see related story: ...

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