NEW YORK – With impressive volume gains of existing models and new cars coming next year, Saab U.S.A. expects to break the 40,000-unit sales barrier this year. "It's going to be real quick to get to the 50,000 level soon afterwards," says Debra Kelly-Ennis, newly installed president of General Motors Corp.’s import brand. "We will see double-digit percentage increases every year," she predicts. In an exclusive interview with Ward's, Kelly-Ennis points to considerable gains of the Saab ...

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