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Sharply rising sales in China a welcome boost for GM, Ford,0,2421101.story?coll=chi-business-hed

General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co. said Monday that their sales in China's booming car market jumped last year, a boost for the automakers that have seen demand slump in the U.S. market. GM said it sold 876,747 vehicles in China last year, up 32 percent from 2005. It said sales of its flagship Buick brand grew by 24.9 percent, to 304,230 vehicles.
GM said China is its biggest single national market outside the U.S. It overtook Volkswagen AG as China's No. 1 automaker in 2005 and has an estimated market share of 11.8 percent.
GM said sales in China and other foreign markets surpassed U.S. sales for the first time last year, reaching 55 percent of the worldwide total of 9.2 million.

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