GM China will introduce more than 60 new vehicles over the next five years and intends to increase sales in the country from 2.35 million units to 5 million by 2015, says Kevin Wale, president and managing director. The GM Shanghai joint venture will introduce 15 new vehicles under the Chevrolet brand that will range from small cars to midsize sedans and a new lineup of SUVs. The auto maker also will roll out12 new Buick products, Wale says. The executive makes his remarks while ...
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