BEIJING, Jan 28 (Reuters) - General Motors , the largest overseas automaker in China, sold roughly 20 percent more vehicles in the country in January from a year earlier, a senior executive said on Friday. "Even though the December numbers were really high because of the big push before the incentives disappeared, January is still running at an incredible level," Terry Johnsson, vice president for GM's China operations, told Reuters in a phone interview. GM, which operates auto ventures ...
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