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Cadillac Aims At Smaller China Cities to Increase Luxury Market Share


As competition intensifies in China, GM plans to triple sales of its luxury Cadillac unit by 2015. To attract wealthy customers in smaller Chinese cities, GM will introduce in the region Cadillac’s global portfolio and add a locally manufactured model each year until 2016, according to Bob Socia, GM’s China head. GM also aims at increasing the number of its dealerships ...
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