SHANGHAI –General Motors Corp.’s Buick Div. estimates it will sell 303,150 vehicles this year in China, well ahead of its U.S. sales. Buick sold 243,646 units in the country last year. The brand “represents the contemporary China spirit and Chinese passion for success,” Buick Marketing Director Margaret Brooks says. “It’s a premium, yet attainable brand for the upper-middle class.” Buick’s Chinese lineup consists of the Excelle, Regal, GL8, Royaum and newly introduced LaCrosse, which ...

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