JOHANNESBURG, March 24 (Reuters) - South Africa's Barloworld said on Monday it had bought a U.S.-based truck and equipment dealership for $5.0 million, in line with a strategy to expand its Freightliner business. The industrial brand management group said in a statement that the acquisition of the dealership, with annual sales of over $62 million, added to the seven other Freightliner dealerships it owns and operates in United States. "This deal is part of our strategy to grow our global ...
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