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Report: Opel targets flat sales in 2013 in Europe


Opel aims to match last year's sales level of more than 1 million vehicles in Europe in 2013 thanks to the launch of the new Adam city car and Cascada cabriolet models. "Of course it depends to a degree on the industry. What I definitely do expect is to grow our market share," Opel sales chief Duncan Aldred was quoted as ...
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