Were more cars sold in China than in the U.S. last month? GM thinks so...
A year ago, in January 2008, there were a little more than a million cars sold in the U.S. In view this year's decline, it's no wonder more cars were sold in China than in the U.S. last month. If GM's stab at preliminary numbers holds up (DiGiovanni puts Chinese sales at 790,000) – it would be the first time ever that China's car market has outsold America's. We'll know the official results when Chinese sales figures become available.
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