About GM China

General Motors Co., one of the world's largest automakers, traces its roots back to 1908. The General Motors-China relationship dates back more than nine decades. GM China's vision is together with its partners to be the best automotive group in China.

GM has 10 joint ventures and two wholly owned foreign enterprises as well as more than 58,000 employees in China. GM, along with its joint ventures, offers the broadest lineup of vehicles and brands among automakers in China. Products are sold under the Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Opel, Baojun, Wuling and Jiefang nameplates. In 2013, domestic sales of vehicles by GM and its joint ventures jumped 11.4 percent on an annual basis to 3,160,377 units. During the first half of 2014, GM’s sales in China increased 10.5 percent from last year’s previous record for the period to 1,731,282 units.

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GM in China
The General Motors-China relationship dates back more than eight decades.
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Corporate Responsibility
As a global automotive company, GM is not only committed to bringing its latest products and technology to China.
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GM China Management

Matthew (Matt) Tsien

GM Executive Vice President
President of GM China

Julian Blissett

Executive Vice President
Shanghai GM

Gustavo Céspedes

Executive Vice President
SAIC-GM-Wuling

Mark LaBaere

President, Pan Asia Technical Automotive Center

Diane Jurgens

Managing Director
Shanghai OnStar

Alexander Moinov

President
FAW-GM Light Commercial Vehicle Co.Ltd

John Stadwick

Vehicle Sales, Service and Marketing
GM China and Shanghai GM

Bryan Nesbitt

Vice President, Design
GM China

Albert Xie

Vice President, Public Policy and Government Relations
GM China

Dayna Hart

Director of Communications
GM China

Hemanth Munipalli

CFO
GM China

Robert Treme

Human Resources Director
GM China

John Du

Director of China Science Lab
GM China

Sean Liang

Director of Global Purchasing and Supply Chain
GM China

Vincent Ng

CIO
GM China