SHANGHAI, April 26 (Reuters) - General Motors , the world's top car maker, posted a near-70 percent leap in first-quarter vehicle sales in China, revving past a market that grew about 45 percent in the same period, the company said. General Motors Corp sold 122,097 vehicles in the first three months of 2004 from several ventures across the country, an increase of 69.9 percent, it said in a statement posted on its Web site (www.gmchina.com), seen by Reuters on Monday. That should help the ...
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