(Adds comments from other executives) By Michael Shields, European Auto Correspondent VIENNA, June 21 (Reuters) - General Motors expects to beat its vehicle sales growth forecast for China this year thanks to the strong market, Kevin Wale, president and managing director of GM China Group, told reporters on Wednesday. The world's biggest car maker had been projecting 20 percent growth in its cars and commercial vehicles this year but now expects growth in China to be "significantly ...
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