Interesting article about the state of General Motors from Scripps Howard.
Despite the car maker’s highly publicized reorganization this year, GM still leads the nation in market share with about 20 percent of the total, down from 22 percent in 2008.
Consumers seem to have shrugged off the auto maker’s reorganization, according to tis article. This is particularly true of Chinese consumers who have revived the popularity of the Buick.
Meeting Chinese demand will be critical because the country surpassed the US as the biggest consumer of automobiles this year.