As the lead up to the biggest car show in Chinese history more companies roll-out their plans for future expansion in the gigantic country. As mentioned yesterday, Cadillac is the most iconic American brand to launch in the upcoming year. Director Ang Lee helped stage a Hollywood style, red carpet Cadillac presentation at the temple in the Forbidden City. I'm still a bit rusty on my economics though. How does a communist country have all this capitalism going on? GM won't be the first car company to invade China, Volkswagen is the largest volume foreign owned auto-maker in the country.
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