In 'Milestone' Move, G.M. to Sell Chinese-Made Cars in the U.S.

By The Wall Street Journal

Nov 16, 2015

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The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that General Motors Co. plans to become the first major auto maker to sell Chinese-made cars in the U.S. Early next year, the Detroit auto giant will start to sell the Buick Envision, a midsized sport-utility-vehicle made in China’s eastern Shandong province, according to people familiar with the plan.

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