SHANGHAI — General Motors Corp.'s Shanghai joint venture prepares to do business with two state-run Chinese banks to finance sales of its Buick cars. The accord with Industrial and Commercial Bank of China and the China Construction Bank was necessary because China puts tight restrictions on foreign companies participating in its financing sector, says Hu Maoyuan, president of the joint venture. China's banks are starting to extend loans for cars and houses in an effort to kindle ...
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