BANGKOK — General Motors Co. is likely to beat its China sales forecast of 27 percent growth this year, helped in part by a revamped group structure, a senior executive told Reuters late last week. With its sales booming in China since February, GM expects to exceed its forecast of 1.4 million sales in the country this year, up from 1.1 million in 2008, said Johan Willems, vice president of GM International Operations.
GM likely to beat China forecast
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