GM exec sees China car market growing 10 pct next yr


SEOUL, Oct 29 (Reuters) - General Motors Co [GM.UL] expects China's car market to grow by around 10 percent next year even without government incentives and maintain its position as the world's top car market for a long time, a senior executive said. China's industry-wide car sales in 2010 are expected to grow to over 13 million vehicles from an expected 12.5 million this year, GM International Operations President Nick Reilly told reporters late on Wednesday. "There is underlying growth ...

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