Is the Chinese Government Helping Cadillac?
Jun 13th 2013 6:00PM
Updated Jun 13th 2013 7:25PM
General Motors is the largest-selling automaker in China, but its Cadillac brand has just a tiny share of the fast-growing Chinese market for luxury cars. GM is spending big to change that, but the German luxury brands already have much of the market locked up.
Now, though, a trade war between Europe and China could lead the Chinese government to slap big taxes on German luxury cars - a move that could help boost Cadillac's expansion plans. In this video, Fool.com contributor John Rosevear looks at what the Chinese government is threatening to do, and why - and at how GM might benefit.
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