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May 1, 1990 | John O'Dell, Times staff writer
Tustin Acura, which opened its doors in March, 1986, has been in the unique position of being the only foreign-owned new car dealership in the county. Its parent is the Dah Chong Hong Trading Corp. of Hong Kong, which owns a stable of about 30 auto dealerships in the United States, mainly on the East Coast. Now, in what appears to be a sign of the times, a $2.
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May 1, 1990 | John O'Dell, Times staff writer
Tustin Acura, which opened its doors in March, 1986, has been in the unique position of being the only foreign-owned new car dealership in the county. Its parent is the Dah Chong Hong Trading Corp. of Hong Kong, which owns a stable of about 30 auto dealerships in the United States, mainly on the East Coast. Now, in what appears to be a sign of the times, a $2.
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June 30, 1988
The Downey City Council this week approved a redevelopment agreement to bring an Acura dealership to Firestone Boulevard. The agreement includes a rebate from the Downey Redevelopment Commission to help the developer--DCH Investments Inc.--acquire land at 7534 Firestone Blvd. DCH Investment is to buy the land from owner Naomia Sweet of Palos Verdes Estates for $1.95 million and build a $1.25-million dealership. The deal is in escrow, said Erin K. Tenner, an attorney representing DCH Investments.
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January 29, 1997 | MIGUEL HELFT, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Steve Shuken says he has been trying to sell Hondas in Ventura for the past seven years. But for seven years, Shuken says, his move from Santa Paula, where he has been operating a Honda dealership since 1989, has been illegally blocked. In a 93-page federal civil suit, Shuken has alleged that the owners of Honda of Oxnard, the New York-based Dah Chong Hong Trading Corp., bribed several executives of American Honda Motor Co. Inc. to keep him out of Ventura.
BUSINESS
October 23, 1988 | DARRELL DAWSEY, Times Staff Writer
Once, foreign companies were content just to make the cars Americans drive. But not anymore. Nowadays, foreigners are looking to sell a few cars as well. As a result, U.S. car dealerships, longtime breeding grounds for this country's small business entrepreneurs, are becoming the focus of a new wave of foreign investment.
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