GM announced its sales figures this week with some unique news. For first the time in General Motors (GM) history, the Detroit automaker sold more cars in a foreign market than in the U.S. It appears that many Chinese customers are “kicking the tires” and making GM their vehicle of choice.
GM’s Chinese sales were at 2.35 million vehicles, just nudging volume in the U.S. at 2.22 million. The percentage growth was 28.8% versus 6.3 percent respectively. Brazil too outpaced U.S. sales percentage-wise with a 10.4 percent increase in sales, at a volume of 658,000 cars. Read More→