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China Slams the Brakes on GM's Accelerating Car Sales

Even when GM was in trouble at home, it was still the No. 1 automaker in what's now the world's largest car market: China. Its market share there continues to grow, and China is a key to GM's global strategy -- which is why new policies there will hurt GM more than its rivals.

What to Watch This Week: Race Cars, Used Cars, 3-D and Retail

Here are some of the items that will help shape the week that lies ahead on Wall Street: Consumer electronics retailer Conn's reports; Titanic returns in 3-D; motorsports promoter International Speedway will see profits stall, and used-car seller CarMax checks under the hood.

New Cars That Lost the Most Value in 2010

Almost nothing loses its value faster after being bought than a car, and 24/7 Wall St. has found the 10 worst performers from a resale standpoint. But the reason most people would expect a new vehicle to drop in value -- poor reliability -- is rarely why they actually depreciated so much.

Buying Your Teen's First Car: What You Need to Know

Buying your teen a first car is fraught with emotions, and even more laden with financial implications: Used or new? Who pays for what? How much input does the new driver get in the purchase decision? How can you get the best deal on insurance? We surveyed the experts to get those answers and more.

Strategies to Get a Good Deal This Car-Buying Season

Summer is car buying season, but this year, it's a sellers market. Between the Japanese earthquake, high gas prices and a shaky economy, you'll have to work harder than ever to score a deal on the vehicle you want. But it can be done, and we've got advice from the experts on you how can do it.

Save $2 million by driving used cars

Sister-site Aol Autos offers a list of the Best New Car Deals of the Month, pitched on the AOL.com welcome screen as "Editor Reveals Best Cars to...