General Motors Corp. plans to sell midsize hybrid-electric sedans in China by 2008 in collaboration with its Chinese partner Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp. GM will badge the vehicles as Buicks, the first brand the auto maker launched in China, Ward’s has learned. Through September, the Buick Excelle sedan is the company’s best-selling model in China, with 90,000 deliveries. GM also markets vehicles under the Cadillac, Chevrolet, Opel and Saab brands in China. GM Chairman and CEO ...

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