China: GM’s 2009 China sales rise 67%

General Motors has reported a 67% rise in its 2009 China sales to 1,826,424 units, taking market share to 13.4%, from 12.1% in 2008, reflecting strong sales of Buick, Chevrolet and Wuling vehicles. The strong year-end results were possible in part because of record December sales by GM’s Shanghai GM It’s time to log in … Continued

General Motors has reported a 67% rise in its 2009 China sales to 1,826,424 units, taking market share to 13.4%, from 12.1% in 2008, reflecting strong sales of Buick, Chevrolet and Wuling vehicles. The strong year-end results were possible in part because of record December sales by GM’s Shanghai GM

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