DETROIT – General Motors Corp. is considering exporting Chevrolet, Pontiac and Saturn products for sale in China, a company executive tells Ward’s. Phil Murtaugh The vehicles likely would be midsize models and re-badged as Buicks for distribution in the world’s most populous country, where the tri-shield marque enjoys strong brand recognition. “Buick has worked pretty good for us in China,” says GM China Group Chairman and Managing Director Phil Murtaugh. “It would seem to ...
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