The launch of the Cadillac brand in China marks the beginning of a new phase of expansion for General Motors Corp. in what has proven to be one of its most lucrative markets. GM announced its 3-year, $3 billion expansion plan, pending government approval, and the details of its entree into the luxury car segment at a June 7 Beijing press conference held in conjunction with the Beijing auto show. Cadillac is introduced at Beijing auto show this week. The Cadillac models slated to be ...
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