SHANGHAI, June 23 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp , the world's largest car maker, said on Wednesday sales from its Chinese ventures rose 69.7 percent in May from the year-earlier period to 41,965 vehicles. Sales rose 58.6 percent in the January-to-May period, year-on-year, to 219,888 vehicles, it said in an e-mail to Reuters. Those figures included sales of all types of vehicles, from cars to trucks.
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