New GM China Chief Eyes 10% Sales Boost in 2014

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By Norihiko Shirouzu SHANGHAI, Feb 21 (Reuters) - General Motors Co plans to boost China sales this year by as much as 10 percent and keep pace with the country's overall auto market for the rest of the decade, the new chief of the company's China operations said in an interview. Matt Tsien, a Chinese-American, engineer-turned-executive with 37 years experience with GM, said his mandate is not to radically change direction, but instead is one of continuity in order to sustain ...

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