SHANGHAI — Shanghai General Motors Co. Ltd. (SGM) in September took a great leap forward past what it considers a major milestone: the 10,000-unit mark. By now, some 12,000 Shanghai Buick sedans have rolled off the line at the General Motors Corp.-Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp. joint venture, to fill the 18,000 orders received since production began in April. The plant will build some 20,000 vehicles this year; there is at least a two-month wait on delivery of the three models of ...

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