Breaking through the 20,000-subscriber-mark in China may seem like a negligible achievement compared with OnStar’s 5.5 million U.S. subscribers, but President Chris Preuss views it as a fast start in what could be the service's biggest overseas market. General Motors Co. launched OnStar in China last December. “We're growing extremely fast in China,” Preuss tells Ward's in a phone interview. “It's a challenge to keep up with the demand there.” Preuss, a veteran GM public relations ...
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