MELBOURNE – General Motors Corp. subsidiary Holden Ltd.'s largest dealer has been sold to Japanese-owned Summit Investments for an undisclosed amount. The sale of Reg Hunt Rhodes Car Dealership Group, Australia's No. 1 dealer for the last 20 years, follows the sale of two other prominent Holden dealerships to South Africa-based Barloworld Group. The company reportedly paid A$5.4 million ($2.9 million) for the Holden franchises in addition to a Mitsubishi Motors Corp. dealership located ...

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