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Patrick Priestner, chairman and founder of AutoCanada is shown in this 2012 file photo. Mr. Priestner is retiring as chairman of the Edmonton-based company in May. (Ian Jackson For The Globe and Mail)
Patrick Priestner, chairman and founder of AutoCanada is shown in this 2012 file photo. Mr. Priestner is retiring as chairman of the Edmonton-based company in May. (Ian Jackson For The Globe and Mail)

AutoCanada making progress landing new auto makers Add to ...

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Dealer group AutoCanada Inc. says it is making progress in persuading some auto makers to permit ownership of their dealers by the publicly traded company.

The dealership group, which is the largest publicly traded dealer group in Canada, is prohibited from owning dealers of several key brands because the auto makers that own those brands permit only private ownership.

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