Conglomerate Wesfarmers has agreed to sell its Kmart tyre and auto services business to Germany's Continental for $350 million.

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Kmart: Kmart , is an American chain of discount stores headquartered in the United States. The chain purchased Sears in 2005, forming a new corporation under the name Sears Holdings Corporation. The company was founded in 1962 and is the third largest discount store chain in the world, behind Walmart and T