DETROIT – Auto sales in China haven’t been affected by the SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) epidemic ravaging the country, General Motors Corp.’s top official says. GM CEO Wagoner says auto sales are holding up well in China despite outbreak of SARS. “We have not seen an impact on automotive demand at this point,” says GM Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner. China has been the hardest hit by SARS. The Chinese government has been criticized harshly for its slow response to ...

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