DETROIT – General Motors Corp. plans to increase its annual production capacity in China from roughly 480,000 units currently to nearly 800,000 units in 2006, a company executive says. “We did announce in November that we’re going to build two new plants in China,” says GM China President Phil Murtaugh. GM will spend an undisclosed amount of money to increase capacity in China, the world’s fastest-growing automotive market, by expanding factories in Shanghai and Liuzhou. The joint ...

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