USA: General Motors plans Cadillac 'assembly' in China - report
General Motors plans to 'assemble' at least three Cadillac cars in China in the next two years, part of its aggressive plans to launch the brand in the fastest growing automotive market in the world, Reuters reported. Like its competitors BMW, Mercedes and Audi, GM sees a sizable amount of pent-up demand for luxury vehicles among a growing number of wealthy consumers in China, the report added.
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