GM Looks to `Transformers’ for China Sales

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June 30 (Bloomberg) –- In today’s “Global Outlook,” Bloomberg’s Zeb Eckert takes a look at how GM is trying to drum up sales in China by tying into the latest “Transformers” movie. He speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “On The Move.” (Source: Bloomberg)

This is the latest installment.

General motors is looking forward for robots is to jumpstart sales in china.

Hong kong figures prominently into the latest installment of the transformers franchise.

The debut happened here less than two weeks ago.

It's a chance for time-tested american brands like chevrolet to tell a new story.

With its battle a robots that can form and trucks, should he sees this as a key marketing tool.

It is a critical year for general motors in china.

The automaker introducing six new chevrolet models in 2014. remember, it also sells buick sent cap will ask there as well.

Transformers could deliver a badly nudist sales boost.

Check out the famous bumblebee made famous by the first transformers film back in 2007. gm says 70% of camaros bought and china are this color of yellow.

Gm is introducing multiple new cars in china.

It's sonic small car on sale along with a new track it is an suv that they have state big hopes on.

They asked that small cars further afield.

They reported overall sales gains of about 11% last year to 3.1 6 million units.

Gm sold more than 800,000 buicks.

And it's truck division sold 1.5 million light trucks.

This year, gm hopes to match or grow that sales pace.

With transformers as part of the

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