BEIJING – Representatives from the big global car companies were delighted when tens of thousands of visitors crushed into their display areas to ooh and ah over their vehicles on opening day Saturday at the auto show here. But some of the Western officials were taken aback when they visited the exhibits of the smaller Chinese auto makers and found vehicles that were the spitting image of their own hard-developed, proprietary models. For instance, one General Motors Corp. executive from ...
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