General Motors has sold 2 million cars in China this year image

With more than two month until 2011 will become 2012, the American based automotive giant General Motors has managed to sell 2 million cars in China this year, after selling the same number of vehicles back in 2010.

“This is another outstanding achievement for GM in the world’s largest vehicle market. Our key brands and many of our key products have continued to experience record demand despite intense competition”, said the president and managing director of the GM China Group, Kevin Wale. “We do not intend to rest on our laurels. We look forward to building on our success through the ongoing introduction of great new products and services for the people of China”, added the GM official.

General Motors is currently selling cars in China under Baojun, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Jiefang, Opel and Wuling brands, and the automaker has 11 joint ventures, two foreign enterprises and over 35.000 employees locally.