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For the first time ever, General Motors (GM) sold more cars and trucks in China than in the United States. The demand in China grew by 29% from 2009 to 2010, while demand in the U.S. grew 6%. These data include cars, light trucks, and heavy trucks.

General Motors Vehicle Deliveries to China and the U.S., 2009-10
Bar graph showing the General Motors vehicle deliveries to China and the U.S. in 2009 and 2010. For more detailed information, see supporting information below.

Supporting Information

General Motors Vehicle Deliveries to China and the U.S.,
2009-10

  2009
(Million Vehicles)
2010
(Million Vehicles)
Percent
Change
China 1.83 2.35 29%
U.S. 2.08 2.22 6%

Source: USA Today, "GM sells more vehicle in China than in U.S.," January 24, 2011. [Original data source: General Motors.]

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