CANBERRA – Holden Ltd. confirms its long-awaited export program to China with plans to introduce the Buick Royaum, based on Holden’s Statesman and Caprice luxury cars early next year. China will become Holden’s sixth export program in the Asia/Pacific region joining South Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and New Zealand. Holden Caprice (top) and Statesman Officials from Shanghai General Motors Automotive Co. Ltd. recently unveiled the Buick Royaum in a ceremony in ...

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