Ventas de GM en China superan a las de GM en EE.UU.

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    Si es verdad, llevan un tiempo con huelgas por factorias, alli por lo que se ve cada factoria funciona de forma independiente para eso, ultimamente se leen muchos problemas con proveedores de Honda. Es que es una verguenza la forma en que las simpaticas compañias occidentales (y japonesas) explotan a los trabajadores chinos, pero hay tanto margen que yo creo que poco afectan a las empresas.

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    China tambien es ya el primer mercado de Audi.

    Sep, CABO vos que estás en tema, es verdad que han empezado huelgas de trabajadores en China? lo leí en The Guardian, pero como es un periódico inglés… no se si es confiable la vuelta.

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    China tambien es ya el primer mercado de Audi.

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    Ventas de GM en China superan a las de GM en EE.UU.

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    General Motors’ sales in China for the first half of the year surpassed those in the U.S. for the first time as the world’s fastest-growing major economy propelled global auto demand.

    Sales in China by GM and its joint ventures totaled 1.21 million vehicles in the six months ended June 30, topping U.S. deliveries of 1.08 million, based on figures reported separately by the automaker.This would be the first time any overseas market has consistently outsold GM’s domestic market in the carmaker’s 102-year-old history, said Michael Albano, a Shanghai-based spokesman.

    Surging demand among China’s 1.37 billion people is speeding the automakers’ recovery after a recession cut global auto sales last year. GM is counting on expansion overseas to bolster profit as it prepares for an initial public offering as early as the fourth quarter.

    “China is one of GM’s bright spots globally,” said John Zeng, a Shanghai-based automotive analyst at IHS Global Insight. “GM has done a better job in the Chinese market than other American automakers. The huge potential in this market will continue to fuel GM’s growth here.”

    Government stimulus measures helped China’s industrywide vehicle sales jump 46% last year to 13.6 million, surpassing the U.S. for the first time to become the world’s largest national automobile market. U.S. auto sales fell 21% to 10.4 million, the fewest since 1982, as unemployment rose amid the worst recession in six decades.

    China Car Times

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