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GM China sales rise 11 percent in November

Sales of General Motor Co.'s joint ventures in China rose 11 percent to a November record of 197,000 units last month. Shanghai GM, the Detroit automaker's passenger car joint venture with SAIC Motor, set a record high for any month as sales jumped 33 percent from a year earlier to 105,100 units.

Chevrolet sales rose 48 percent from a year earlier to a record 59,000 units. Chevy got a boost from the Cruze compact car, whose sales surged 72 percent to 23,800. The Chevrolet New Sail small car, which was launched early this year, generated sales of 15,100 units.

Buick sales increased 20 percent year-on-year to 51,300 units - a record for November - and Cadillac sales totaled 1,800 for the month.

Meanwhile, GM's commercial microvan joint venture, SAIC-GM-Wuling, sold 84,900 vehicles. GM's light commercial vehicle joint venture with FAW sold 6,700 units last month. General Motors did not provide year-ago comparisons for its commercial joint ventures.

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