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GM sells 1 millionth vehicle in China in 2014; 8th consecutive year and earliest yet

General Motors and its joint ventures sold their 1 millionth vehicle in China in 2014. This is the eighth consecutive year that GM has sold more than one million vehicles in a calendar year, and the earliest it has reached the 1 million mark.

GM first sold 1 million vehicles in China in 2007, when it achieved the milestone in December. Last year, GM hit a million on April 22. As a point of comparison, GM’s four brands in the US (Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac) have delivered 649,637 vehicles during the first three months of 2014.

General Motors has made China a global priority, expanding both our brand and product lineup to keep up with the changing demands of the market. We appreciate the support that we have received from our partners, our joint ventures and, most important, our customers in China.

—GM Executive Vice President and GM China President Matt Tsien



Those sales should help recover US taxpayer losses.. http://www.ibtimes.com/taxpayer-loss-general-motors-gm-bailout-near-10-billion-rising-1468890

Of course, there's the need to enlarge GM product liability recall reserves and have a female CEO for dodging Congress questions and paying fines https://autos.yahoo.com/blogs/motoramic/feds-fine-general-motors--28-000-for-stonewalling-defect-probe-213530532.html

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