TOKYO, Sept 25 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp said it would export more than $800 million worth of U.S.-built Buick sport utility and other vehicles and components to China starting in 2008 in its second export agreement with China this year. The Detroit automaker signed the multi-year deal with Shanghai General Motors, one of its Chinese joint ventures, on Monday in Washington D.C., it said in a statement. The agreement comes as the United Auto Workers union called the first national ...
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