Motor Briefs

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2nd May, 2009

{ "b" : "OHM to take over Land Rover"}

Sales of Land Rover in Ireland will be handled by the OHM Group from the beginning of next month. With Land Rover and Jaguar now both owned by Indian conglomerate Tata, the concentration of imports into a single group makes sense.

OHM, established in 1972, has been the Jaguar importer in Ireland for many years and also imports Saab, Daihatsu, Seat, Chrysler-Jeep, Dodge, Cadillac and Corvette, as well...

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