GM: Allied Auto Parts, GM Cars, Mercedes Benz, Chrysler to be sold in Canada

A merger between GM and Mercedes-Benz is on the horizon for Canada. 

GM and Mercedes Benz announced on Thursday that they are working together to build a car and parts brand in Canada.GM will become a subsidiary of Mercedes-Brunswick and will take over Mercedes-brand vehicles in Canada, where the company has factories in Canton, Algoma and Sherbrooke. 

Mercedes-Bruchswick will be sold as GM’s auto parts brand and will be owned by the German automaker, the announcement said. 

A joint venture will be formed between GM, Mercedes-Benfits and Mercedes for the joint manufacturing of parts and service services. 

The deal is expected to close in the second half of 2019. 

This is a developing story.

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