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The Beijing auto show opened to the public this weekend in what is now the world's largest car market. But it's the huge potential growth in car ownership in China that has the car manufacturers salivating. Ford plans to expand its manufacturing base there and General Motors recently announced it was adding another 600 dealerships. NPR's Frank Langfitt joins guest host David Greene from Shanghai.
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