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Wed, Nov 15 2017

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GM challenges Tesla with promise of profitable electric cars

General Motors Co plans to launch a new family of electric vehicles in 2021 that will cost less to build and make a profit for the U.S. No. 1 automaker, Chief Executive Mary Barra told investors on Wednesday.

CORRECTED-UPDATE 3-GM challenges Tesla with promise of profitable electric cars

Nov 15 General Motors Co plans to launch a new family of electric vehicles in 2021 that will cost less to build and make a profit for the U.S. No. 1 automaker, Chief Executive Mary Barra told investors on Wednesday.

GM CEO Barra details plan for new EV family, lower-cost battery

Nov 15 General Motors Co Chief Executive Mary Barra is expected to tell investors on Wednesday that the automaker plans to launch a new family of electric vehicles in 2021 with batteries that will cost about 30 percent less than those used on the current Chevrolet Bolt.

BRIEF-GM plans to launch new battery system for EVs with lower cell cost

* Says it expects GM Global electric vehicle volume to reach 1 million vehicles by 2026 - presentation

BRIEF-Greenlight Capital cuts share stake in Apple, General Motors

* Greenlight Capital cuts share stake in Apple Inc by 44.2 percent to 2.2 million shares - SEC filing

GM's electric car sales will meet quotas by 2019, says China chief

BEIJING General Motors Co's China joint ventures will be able to generate enough new energy vehicle (NEV) sales volume to account for NEV production quotas by 2019 and without the need to buy credits, GM China chief Matt Tsien said on Monday.

UPDATE 1-GM's electric car sales will meet quotas by 2019, says China chief

* Baojun E100 electric car is off to a good start in China - exec

GM's China NEV sales will meet quotas by 2019 without need to buy credits

BEIJING, Nov 13 General Motors Co's new energy vehicle (NEV) sales in China will meet quotas by 2019 without the need to buy credits, GM China chief Matt Tsien said on Monday.

BRIEF-General Motors to export $2.2 bln in vehicles and parts from U.S. to China joint venture

* It will export $2.2 billion in vehicles and parts from the United States to its China joint venture SAIC Motor over next three years Further company coverage: (Reporting by Norihiko Shirouzu)

GM schedules investor event to discuss 'an autonomous future'

DETROIT General Motors Co on Thursday said it will outline "our vision for an autonomous future" in a webcast for investors on Nov. 30, the latest signal from the largest U.S. automaker that it intends to expand its efforts to put self-driving cars to commercial use.

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