General Motors (GM) and Ford (F) knocked out record auto sales in the fast-growing market of China in 2011 after Japanese rivals were crimped by production issues tied to the natural disasters in Japan and Thailand. GM reports that it sold 2.55M vehicles in the nation (+8.3% Y/Y), while Ford said it registered vehicle sales of 519K (+7% Y/Y).
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