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Inchcape is to acquire the Armstrong Massey Land Rover car dealership in York for undisclosed terms.

Inchcape is to relocate its Exeter-based Volkswagen car dealership to a new 35,000 sq ft site at Matford Green later this year.

Inchcape Estates has awarded a £3.9m contract to Robertson to build a new Volkswagen car dealership in Chester by summer 2013.

Inchcape has confirmed plans to open a new two-storey Porsche car dealership and service centre in Portsmouth this summer.

Inchcape is to set up a Volkswagen car dealership at a 33,000 sq ft site in Telford.

Inchcape has sold its Kia car dealership in Burton to a management team, securing 26 jobs.

Inchcape has sold five Mill Garages Volvo car dealerships in Newcastle, Hexham, Sunderland, Stockton and Harrogate to a management buy-out for £7m.

Inchcape has acquired a 75% stake in Musa Motors Group, the Russian car dealer with 16 franchised retail centres, for an initial £100m.

Inchcape has sold five Vauxhall car dealerships in Reading, Newbury, Fareham, Exeter and Honiton to Eden Group for £14m.

Inchcape has raised £6.8m from the sale of Wilcomatic, J&S Components and its VW car dealership in Wrexham.

Inchcape is to sell its Maranello car dealerships in St Albans, Egham and Sevenoaks to HR Owen, Sytner Group and Lancaster respectively, in a £16m deal.

Inchcape is to acquire two Latvian car dealerships - Baltic Motors and SIA BM Auto - from MVC Capital for up to £60m.

Inchcape has sold its Inchcape Automotive vehicle transportation business to Camden Ventures for up to £19m, in order to focus on car retailing.

Inchcape is to acquire a 67% stake in the automotive retail operations of UAB Vitvela for up to £13m, including Mazda, Ford, Hyundai and Mitsubishi car dealerships in Lithuania.

Inchcape is looking to sell 47 non-core car dealerships, including Ford and Ferrari franchises, as part of a strategy to focus on brands such as Toyota, BMW and Audi.

Inchcape is to acquire European Motor Holdings for £263m, in order to expand its car dealership presence in northern England and in premium brands.

Inchcape is to create dozens of jobs at a new Toyota and Lexus car dealership due to open at Pride Park in Derby in December.

Inchcape is to acquire a 75% stake in the Axel Car Toyota and Lexus dealership in Russia for up to £38m.

Inchcape is to acquire Lind Automotive Group, the car dealership with 21 retail sites in Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Kent, for £71m.

Inchcape is looking to expand its car dealership operations into Russia and China by setting up joint ventures.

Inchcape Automotive is creating up to 60 new driving jobs at its Autograph Inspect and Collect service.

Inchcape has acquired Robert Smith Group, the chain of six Mercedes dealerships and one Smart dealership in the North West, for £18m.

Inchcape is looking to expand its car distribution activities in Bulgaria, Romania, Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic, and is also seeking opportunities in China.

Inchcape has acquired Southwell Motor, the operator of five Mercedes and Smart car dealerships in the East Midlands, for £28m.

Inchcape is to acquire the Gowrings Ford dealerships in Wokingham and Bracknell for £3.9m.

Inchcape has announced plans to restructure its business by creating three new divisions that will split its UK car retail and fleet operations from its logistics and refurbishment operations.

Inchcape is acquiring the remaining 51% of Eurofleet, the vehicle preparation business, for £13m, as part of a strategy to expand its fleet management and business services operation.

Inchcape and the AA are to invest £4m in the creation of a new and used car sales joint venture early next year.

Inchcape has acquired Bates Motor Group, the operator of 10 BMW, Audi and VW dealerships in the south east, for £22m.

Inchcape is planning to spend an additional £60m on the expansion of its automotive retail business, and may also invest £100m in its motor services business.

Inchcape is investing £6m in the development of a European version of the Autobytel online car retailing business, which will act as an intermediary between customers and dealers in Germany, Spain, France, Italy and Portugal.

Inchcape has sold most of its marketing operations in the Middle East to Cupola Investments of Dubai for £72m, as part of a strategy to focus on its international automotive distribution activities.

Inchcape has sold its shipping services division to Electra Fleming for £47m, and is now seeking to sell its marketing services business in the Middle East and an office automation business in Japan.

Inchcape is to sell its Latin American bottling operation to Embotelladora Arica of Chile for $750m.

Inchcape has sold its Asia-Pacific marketing business to Li & Fung for £93m.

Inchcape is selling its Bain Hogg insurance broking business to Aon Corp of the US for £160m, having dropped plans to demerge it.