Mazda will set up a new national sales company in South Africa after reaching an agreement to end its current partnership with Ford. Mazda South Africa will begin operations in July 2014. Japanese parent Mazda says the move will allow it to independently control the import and sale of Mazda vehicles as well as the provision of customer services. “Mazda aims to expand its business and further strengthen the Mazda brand in South Africa,” the auto maker says in a ...

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