General Motors Corp.’s Chinese subsidiary says it remains committed to its aggressive growth strategy, which includes doubling sales to 2 million units in the next five years. “Our operations across China will operate normally,” GM China Group President and Managing Director Kevin Wale says in a statement. “There will be no impact on payments to employees, dealers or suppliers contracted to GM China or to our joint ventures.” The executive says the Chinese operations are self-sustaining ...
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