The only female head of a local auto company in China, Wang, 41, led a bumper year: Revenues were up almost 80% to $3.47 billion and automobile sales increased 73% in 2010. Trained as a sales-rep at the company 20 years ago, she is capitalizing on a market where 16.6 million light vehicles were sold last year (compared with 11.6 million in the US), and is rolling out 13 new models this year.
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