TOKYO — When Saturn Corp. said it could beat Japan at its own game on North American soil by putting out an equally reliable and affordable economy car, most waited to see. But when General Motor's Corp.'s “different kind of company” shipped its vehicles East, to play the Japanese game on Japanese turf, many thought the concept far-fetched, if not a little cocky. What's more, Saturn brought a right-hand drive S-Series to Japan with what Saturn Japan General Director Ronald J. Haag calls ...
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