Sunday, January 23, 2011

  Paced by record sales in China, General Motors reported its sales increased 12.2 percent in 2010 as it delivered 8,389,769 vehicles compared with 7,477,178 in 2009.
 GM achieved double-digit increases in five of its top 10 markets, including the  28.8 percent increase in China, where GM and its partners were the first to top the 2 million sales mark in a single year and an increase of 41.3 percent in Uzbekistan in Central Asia, which is now GM's tenth-largest market by volume. Deliveries in the United States, GM's second  largest market, rose 6.3 percent despite the phase-out or sale of four brands, while Brazil, GM's third-largest market, saw deliveries rise by 10.4 percent.
GM sales also increased in Russia, Mexico and the United Kingdom.  GM, however, also suffered some significant setbacks particularly in Germany where sales dropped 29.5 percent and Italy where sales fell 10 percent  and Canada where sales dropped 3 percent.


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