By Lucia Mutikani EAST LONDON, South Africa, Jan 22 (Reuters) - German car makers, among South Africa's biggest investors, are spending big money on drugs, treatment and education to fight an AIDS pandemic ravaging their workforce. The German projects -- expected to be highlighted by visiting Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder on Thursday -- represent the kind of socially-responsible business South Africa hopes to promote as it seeks to become an industrial base for increasing numbers of ...
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