BEIJING, Nov 7 (Reuters) - General Motors remains on track to double its annual China sales to 5 million vehicles by 2015 despite a market slowdown, its China chief said on Monday. "We still have our plan in place to double our volume by 2015, and we are still working towards that," Kevin Wale, president and managing director for GM's China operation told Reuters in a telephone interview. In October, GM, which operates auto manufacturing ventures in China with SAIC Motor Corp and FAW ...
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