SAN DIEGO – Top officials at General Motors Corp.’s Saab Automobile are confident U.S. sales will pick up after a slow start in early 2004 as the 9-3 convertible enters its prime selling season and the all-new 9-2X hits the market. And although Saab has finished in the black only once since GM bought a 50% interest in 1990, Saab President and CEO Peter Augustsson predicts his company soon will reach the volume it needs to be profitable. The 9-2X is key to reviving Saab’s sales this ...

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