Shanghai: General Motors Corp plans to export vehicles made at its joint ventures in China to the United States in the coming years, the official Shanghai Securities News reported on Wednesday.
GM aims to ship about 50,000 China-made vehicles to the United States annually in 2014, the report said, without identifying the source of the information.
The move will make GM’s two China vehicle manufacturing ventures the first among Chinese producers to export passenger cars to the United States, the newspaper added.
GM has a car venture in Shanghai with SAIC Motor Corp, and it also produces mini vans and pick-up trucks in south China through SAIC-GM-Wuling.
A GM China spokeswoman declined comment.