BEIJING – The theme of Auto China 2008, China’s premier biennial auto show that this year features vehicles from more than 100 manufacturers, is green. But General Motors Corp.’s top executive warns the industry is going to need help from policy makers here and elsewhere around the world to lure buyers to more fuel-efficient, less polluting vehicles. Many of the major players have huge signs here attesting to their commitment to “go green.” Among them is Shanghai General Motors Co. ...

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