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China: GM shifts strategy to cater for larger family cars demand


The central government in Beijing is almost ready to relax its long running one-child policy, and automakers in the country are swiftly moving to take advantage of the rising demand for bigger family cars. The No.1 US automaker – for many years the best selling foreign brand in the worlds’ largest auto market – is addressing the trend by changing its ...
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