SHANGHAI — General Motors Corp. once again did its part in catching the collective eye of Auto Shanghai '99, China's international auto show, where an estimated 300,000 people pushed through the doors of three different exhibition sites during the six-day run, June 15 through June 20. GM at last year's Beijing auto show introduced its new Shanghai Buick models and announced a new joint venture with Jinbei Automotive Co. Ltd. to build Chevrolet Blazers and S-10 pickups, which go into ...
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