General Motors Corp.’s Thai unit sets an ambitious target of boosting domestic sales to 20,000 in 2004, up from a projected 6,000 this year, as well as doubling exports. Next year’s sales projections are based on optimism regarding the country’s economic growth and growing acceptance of GM products in the Thai market, says John Thomson, vice president of sales, marketing and aftersales-GM Thailand. GM builds Optra in Thailand. The Chevrolet Optra midsize sedan already has ...
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