BIRMINGHAM, AL – Subaru of America Inc. expects to do it again in 2002. Coming off its best sales year in history, SOA is forecasting another record year – albeit single-digit – to 192,000-unit sales, up from 2001’s 185,944 deliveries. SOA President T.K. Saito predicts that gradual growth will continue over the next few years, as well, with sales reaching 250,000 units annually in 2005. Chief Financial Officer Tom Doll says 2001 profitability also was very strong and that cash flow was ...
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