SHANGHAI (AP) -- General Motors Co. said Monday demand in China is so strong that the company's annual sales may top 2 million vehicles this year -- four years ahead of schedule -- and could exceed 3 million by 2015. GM is counting on robust growth in China, India and other emerging markets to help offset weakness in its home U.S. market as the Detroit automaker struggles to return to health after its near-collapse in 2009. The company, which reported a $3.4 billion loss in the last quarter of 2009, plans to pay off billions of dollars in loans from the U.S. government by June, five years ahead of schedule, and says it could report a profit as early as this year. GM China Sales May Exceed 3M Units By 2015 If we had listened to the Republicans, General Motors would be dead and gone. So many more people out of work. Not just those that work at General Motors, but also all the suppliers, engineers. Plus the people who work in any community around GM. I wonder how much interest the US is getting from GM loans? You have to admit, so far, Republicans have a "perfect" score. Wrong about everything. Wrong about Iraq Wrong about Afghanistan Wrong about the economy Wrong about health care Just, well, "wrong".