SAN DIEGO – Anxious to take better advantage of the exploding Chinese automotive market, General Motor Corp.’s Saab Automobile will formally launch the brand there later this month. The Swedish auto maker has been selling its 9-5 midsize car for several years through an importer, but Saab is ditching that approach to gain a stronger foothold in China, a company spokesman explains. Saab launches the 9-3 in China later this month. Saab will add the 9-3 midsize car to its lineup in ...

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