BEIJING, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Top Chinese automaker SAIC Motor Corp aims to more than triple the annual sales of its proprietary MG and Roewe models to 700,000 units by 2015, a Chinese newspaper reported on Wednesday. The target, unveiled by SAIC President Chen Hong at a recent meeting with its dealers, was 100,000 units more than its previous goal, the 21st Century Business Herald said. This year, it aims to sell 230,000 of Roewe and MG cars, up 43.8 percent from the previous year, the ...
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