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Oracle of Delphi

China could save a tarnished GM brand

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When General Motors unveiled its new Buick Enclave crossover SUV to the media in Pasadena, Calif., last month, it did so with the help of one of the biggest American sports stars.

Golfer Tiger Woods made all the right noises about the new luxury vehicle at the Los Angeles Auto Show, calling it “stylish” and “elegant.” But the future of GM’s 103-year-old brand may hinge not on the face of an iconic sportsman but because of China, which this year will pass Japan as the world’s second-largest vehicle market after the United States.

This year, the Buick brand looks set to sell more cars in that country than in the United States, according to Automotive News.

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