National Automobile Dealers Assn. (NADA) officials met Wednesday (Oct. 13) with General Motors Corp. brass to formally object to the corporation's plan to form a network of GM-owned retail outlets under the GM Retail Holdings banner. The unprecedented meeting pitted NADA Chairman Jim Willingham against GM Chairman John F. Smith Jr., GM North America President Ronald L. Zarrella and Roy S. Roberts, group executive-North American vehicle sales, service and marketing. A joint statement ...

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