GOTHENBURG, Sweden – Surging sales in virtually all of its global markets are pushing Volvo Car to an all-time record, says Chairman Hans-Olov Olsson, who forecasts sales of more than 450,000 units in 2004, including a record 130,000 units in North America. That would break the previous record of 420,000 units in 2002. Volvo S40 Olsson says 500,000 units already is within reach and he predicts Volvo will hit 600,000 units annually in three to five years with a broadened product ...
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