TOKYO – General Motors Corp. plans to aggressively add capacity in China, the world’s hottest automotive market, GM’s top executive says. GM CEO Rick Wagoner says the auto maker is trying to add share in China. “We’re trying to add share in China, but I’m not sure we can add capacity quickly to achieve that,” GM Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner says here during a media briefing prior to the opening of the Tokyo auto show. “So I would say we’re going to scheme every way we can ...

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