SHANGHAI (Reuters) – General Motors Co’s (N:) vehicle sales in China fell 15% in 2019, as the U.S. automaker suffered a prolonged sales slowdown in the world’s biggest auto market and faced heightened competition in its key mid-priced SUV segment.
GM, China’s second biggest foreign automaker, delivered 3.09 million vehicles in the country last year, the company said in a statement, for a second straight decline in annual sales.
It had delivered 3.65 million vehicles in 2018.
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