General Motors China Group says sales in the year’s first half rose 38%, to a record 814,442 units. Deliveries jumped to more than 100,000 units per month, as the auto maker rapidly closes in on its 1,094,561 vehicle sales in 2008. The government news agency Xinhua reports GM China, part of the “new GM” announced today in the U.S., attributes the record result to the Chinese government’s stimulus package boosting demand for minivans and other small vehicles. “Thanks to government ...
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