NEW YORK— Soaring sales in China are transforming that market into Cadillac's biggest export point, says Don Butler, vice president-marketing of the GM division. He tells WardsAuto here Cadillac will sell 26,000 vehicles in China this year, easily eclipsing the 2010 total of 17,000 units. “Our original target was 2,000-3,000 units per year.” That augurs well for Cadillac, because China will account for 40% of luxury-car sales by 2020, he says. Given the trend of sales growth, Cadillac ...
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