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GM Expects To Sell 1.4m Units In China

GENERAL Motors Co expects its vehicle sales in China, its biggest market after the United States, to rise to 1.4 million units this year from 1.1 million last year.

Johan Willems, vice president of GM International Operations, said in an interview in Bangkok on Thursday he expected the US auto maker's sales in China
to rise to 2 million units by 2014.

Last month, GM's China chief Kevin Wale forecast sales in the country this year would grow by a little more than 20 percent from last year as the fast-growing market was unaffected by the firm's US bankruptcy.

GM this week said its July sales in China jumped 77.7 percent from a year earlier to 144,593, its best performance for the month on record.


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