SEOUL, South Korea – General Motors Corp. plans to begin sales of Cadillac vehicles in China in 2004, with possible assembly of its luxury division’s products in the emerging market, according to company executives. “We believe now with Cadillac coming out with very effective products, and with the growth of the luxury market in China during the last three years, we think there is great potential for Cadillac in China,” says GM China Chairman and CEO Phil Murtaugh. “We will ...

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