TOKYO, Nov 28 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp will begin producing a hybrid car in China from next year, Automotive News China reported on Wednesday. The undisclosed model will be available for the Beijing Olympics in August, the industry journal cited Martin Murray, manager of GM Asia Pacific's hybrid engineering, as saying. He did not disclose the launch date and production volumes. Demand for hybrids is negligible in China, where fuel economy figures little in consumers' purchasing ...
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