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GM China Sales Up 11 Percent

General Motors says its sales in China climbed 11 percent in November from a year earlier, on strong demand for its Buick and Chevrolet models.

SHANGHAI (AP) -- General Motors Co. says its sales in China climbed 11 percent in November from a year earlier, on strong demand for its Buick and Chevrolet models.

GM said Thursday that the 196,990 vehicles sold by GM and its ventures in China set a monthly record, as the company's 2010 sales in the world's biggest vehicle market shot past the 2 million mark.

GM's China sales rose 32.7 percent in January-November, a bit lower than the overall growth in China's passenger car sales so far this year.

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