The People’s Republic of China has become the land of soaring demand and escalating hopes for General Motors Co., whose sales have increased more than 22 times since 2001, when the automotive age arrived in the Middle Kingdom with a rush and a roar. Indeed, GM China Group’s deliveries nearly doubled in the last two years, alone, rising 29% in 2010 to 2.35 million vehicles, following a 67% surge in 2009 to 1.83 million. “There are still great opportunities for us here right across the ...
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