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GM sees China as critical market for intelligent autos


The US automaker counts the Asian country as its largest single auto market, so there’s no surprise the company plans to bring the latest technology to China, aiming to further develop and adapt it to the country’s specifics. Matt Tsien, president of GM China, acknowledges the role the Chinese market plays for GM – battling to stay in the top global ...
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