GM: demand pulls production HONG KONG — General Motors Corp. says its Buick-producing joint venture has received purchase orders for 13,000 of its sedans and expects full-year production to reach its 20,000-unit target. Shanghai General Motors Co. Ltd. only is building cars to deposit-backed orders, GM China group President Lawrence Zahner tells reporters at a press conference here. He declined to disclose a specific break-even production level, nor would he predict when the plant would ...

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