Shanghai General Motors Automotive Co. Ltd. begins production of the Buick Sail compact car. General Motors Corp., which long has been angling for a moderately priced “people's car” for the Chinese market, beats competitors Volkswagen AG and Ford Motor Co., both of whom also plan to enter the burgeoning segment. Production began April 23, and vehicles will begin appearing in Shanghai GM's 76 showrooms this month. The Sail, a derivative of the Opel Corsa, is the third separate vehicle to ...

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