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Company Overview of General Motors China, Inc.

Company Overview

General Motors China, Inc. manufactures and distributes automotive vehicles in China. It offers passenger cars and commercial vehicles. The company was incorporated in 1991 and is based in Shanghai, China. General Motors China, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of General Motors Company.

56 Jinwan Road


Shanghai,  201206


Founded in 1991


86 21 2898 7000


86 21 2899 6423

Key Executives for General Motors China, Inc.

President and Executive Vice President
Age: 56
Chairman, President of International Operations for Gm and Vice President of Global Manufacturing for Gm
Age: 65
Director of Communications
Executive Director of Electrification Strategy
Director of Opel Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

General Motors China, Inc. Key Developments

GM China to Build Battery Assembly Plant in Shanghai

GM announced that it will strengthen strategic partnership with China and continue to propel product upgrade and technical innovation. GM China plans to build a lithium battery assembly plant in Shanghai as of 2017 end so as to shore up new energy product line in China. GM will launch two thirds of new energy cars into Chinese market from 2017 to 2020. The Buick Velite 5 announced lately is an example and it is an extended-range electric vehicle (EREV), which is expected to meet Chinese consumers' diversified demands. In addition, GM will launch plug-in hybrid cars and all-electric cars.

GM Reports Sales Results for the Month and Five Months Ended May 2016

GM reported sales results for the month and five months ended May 2016. For the month, the company sold 295,282 cars in the China, up 16.9% year on year. The sales came to 1,536,913 cars in the China in the first five months, rising 4.3% year on year or creating a record high.

General Motors China Reports Sales Results for the Month and Year to Date Ended October 2015

General Motors China reported sales results for the month and year to date ended October 2015. General Motors (GM) has reported a double-digit rate of increase in sales in October, with its Buick brand witnessing growth of 42% year on year in the month, as sales of small-engine vehicles and sport utility vehicles (SUVs) rose 255% year on year to help increase the automaker's total sales in China. GM sold 327,037 units in China in October, marking an annual increase of 15% year on year. The mainstay Buick brand witnessed an increase in sales, posting its best-ever monthly sales in China. During the first 10 months of 2015, retail sales by GM and its joint ventures in China increased 2.9% year on year to a record 2,819,465 units.

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