DETROIT – China’s infrastructure is expanding so rapidly, OnStar is forced to update its map data monthly, three times more often than the telematics provider does in the U.S., where its subscriber base is 15 times larger. For this reason, and because China’s growing driver population is new to motoring, General Motors-owned OnStar is carving out a solid niche for itself in the world’s most promising consumer market, says Diane Jurgens, who becomes Shanghai ...
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