SAO PAULO — General Motors Brasil still is betting on the Corsa line for the first half of 1999, even after abandoning its goal for the No.1 spot in sales. The automaker now is going all out in the car popularity race. Without taking its eye off the bottom line, GM is actively pushing its new Corsa lineup, which, for the first time in years, has surpassed Fiat in sales volume. GM hopes to repeat that feat in May and is expanding the number of options in its Corsa sedan. The company ...
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