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4Volkswagen could outsell GM in China for the first time in nine years

As of the end of November, Volkswagen had sold 70,000 more cars than General Motors in China in 2013, making it appear inevitable that VW will outsell GM there. The feat would return the German brand to the top of chart in China for the first time in nine years, but even the second-place getter won't be complaining too loudly: both automakers sold more than three million vehicles in a market pegged to hit 16 million sales this year.

5China to cancel subsidy of small-engine vehicles in 2011

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9China's green car subsidy program fails to boost sales of smaller, more fuel-efficient vehicles

Buick Excelle GT – Click above for high-res image gallery

48Report: China officially eclipsed U.S. as world's largest car market in 2009

What's that Bruce Springsteen song? "Glory Days?" You know where this is going, and if you don't, take a seat. America is no longer the largest auto market in the world. The People's Republic of China is. Mao would be so... proud is not the right word.

52REPORT: China passes U.S. in auto sales

Most of the world has been knee deep in a wicked recession for quite a while, and auto sales have been hit especially hard. Here in the U.S., the numbers have been abysmal, as the first half of the year saw only 4.8 million sales through June. China, on the other hand, is running away with the overall sales lead, as the emerging emerged market has added 6.1 million cars and trucks to its still developing roadways. According to The Associated Press, June sales were up 36% over the same period in

AddChinese motorists are buying more and bigger cars

Car sales in China increased steadily in the first half of 2007. According to R. L. Polk & Co., 4.7 million passenger vehicles will be sold by the end of 2007, a 26 percent increase compared to last year. Since 2004, the Chinese car market has grown an average 20 percent a year.

7Dodge to sell Caliber, Caravan in China

Just as Chrysler is finalizing plans to bring Chinese-made B-class cars to the States, they're also taking advantage of a growing affinity over there for American-flavored rides. China Car Times is reporting that Dodge will begin selling Calibers and Caravans in China with partner SouEast Motors. And just as CCT said, SouEast is not a typo. As CCT reminds that General Motors has found a huge, virtually untapped market in China where Buick sedans are selling better than back home. If Dodge can fi

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