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GM Recalls Vehicles In China On Safety Concerns

Automaker General Motors Co. (GM, GM.TO) is recalling 18,204 imported sport utility vehicles in China due to their anti-lock breaking systems that may cause a safety hazard, according to statement on the website of the nation's General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine.

The recall affects 16,618 Chevrolet Captiva vehicles and 1,586 Opel Antara vehicles built between April 11, 2006 and November 9, 2009.

The anti-lock breaking systems of these vehicles may have difficulty in functioning normally due to brake fluid impurities, the statement added.

GM closed on Wednesday at $24.88, up $0.30 from the previous close, on 6.89 million shares.

by RTT Staff Writer

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