DETROIT – Having won government approval to purchase the remaining 51% stake of Delta Motor Corp., General Motors Corp. says it will increase its dealership network in South Africa. Maureen Kempston Darkes predicts 5% industry sales growth in South Africa. GM wants to have 25-30 showrooms in South Africa, up from the 22 dealerships Delta currently operates, Delta President and Managing Director Bob Socia tells journalists during a Jan. 28 conference call. Authorization from ...

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