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GM reports more sales in China

General Motors and its joint ventures in China delivered 352,346 vehicles in March, up 2 percent year on year, according to a statement published by GM today.

General Motors and its joint ventures in China delivered 352,346 vehicles in March, up 2 percent year on year, according to a statement published by GM on its official website today.

The company said that sales in the first three months of this year totaled 986,052 units, an increase of 8 percent compared with the same period last year.

In terms of brand, Cadillac and Chevrolet performed well in March. Sales under the Cadillac brand reached 18,007 units last month, jumping 46 percent year on year. Chevrolet grew 35 percent from a year earlier to 47,017 units, and Buick deliveries rose 4 percent to 92,007 units. 

Sales of Wuling and Baojun vehicles, however, declined 7.9 percent and 5.4 percent in March when compared to a year earlier.

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