MADRID – Chevrolet and its Spanish dealer network are at odds over compensation for dealers, following General Motors’ decision to evict the brand from the European market to avoid competition with German affiliate Adam Opel. Chevrolet in December informed its Spanish retailers of its intention to cancel their respective contracts, as the brand will be leaving Europe by the end of 2015. The announcement met a European Commission requirement of two years’ notice. The dealers ...

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