The Chinese government just announced a shift in policy, moving to encourage foreign automakers to invest in factories in the country's up-and-coming western region. That's likely to be a boon for General Motors (NYSE:GM), which recently said that it's planning to invest $11 million in new investments in China.
In this video, Fool contributor John Rosevear looks at GM's big expansion plans for China -- and at the moves being made by its key rivals to take advantage of this big new market.
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