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post #1 of 7 Old 07-05-2011, 04:41 AM Thread Starter
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General Motors says China sales up 5.3%

Shanghai— General Motors Co.'s ventures in China sold a record 1.27 million vehicles in the first half of the year, the company says, though growth slowed sharply from the double-digit pace of recent years.

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Nice! Global market is where it's at

GM would have been in the tank years earlier if other countries only bought domestic.

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I'm glad to see some product heading EAST for a change!

OTOH, now they have a ready supply of GM products to rip off and sell.

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I'm glad to see some product heading EAST for a change!

OTOH, now they have a ready supply of GM products to rip off and sell.
GM has been building & selling cars in China since the late 90s.

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yeah. They have some nice buicks that we can't get here.

It seems like the global cars come out way before we ever see the new models if we ever see them here in the US.

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Gotta love when american companies love their foreign markets more than their domestic one.

Insane .gov regulations don't help, either.



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Nice! Global market is where it's at

GM would have been in the tank years earlier if other countries only bought domestic.
I think the Chinese are wise to avoid domestic autos.

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