General Motors Corp. says it had another year of record sales in China in 2004, delivering 492,014 vehicles for a 27.2% increase over 2003. GM now has an estimated 9.3% share of the Chinese market, up from 8.5% at the end of 2003. GM’s joint venture with Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp., Shanghai GM Automotive Co. Ltd., had record sales of 253,869 units, a 25.7% jump from 2003. New models such as the Buick Excelle HRV hatchback and Royaum premium sedan drove sales, says GM. GM’s ...

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