Ssangyong Motor sees 2004 sales up 32 percent


SEOUL, March 19 (Reuters) - South Korea's Ssangyong Motor Co said on Friday it aimed to sell 177,000 vehicles this year to boost sales revenues to 4.34 trillion won ($3.75 billion). Ssangyong, which is due to be taken over by chemical conglomerate China Blue Star Group, posted sales of 3.28 trillion won in 2003. ($1=1156.0 won)

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