* Africa's developing infrastructure spikes demand for heavy vehicles * Japan's Toyota control's Kenyan vehicle market By Beatrice Gachenge NAIROBI, Aug 10 (Reuters) - Chery Automobile is to become the second Chinese vehicle maker to build an assembly plant in Kenya, joining truck manufacturer Beiqi Foton Motors in a move to tap east African demand and further strengthening Chinese links with the continent. "They (Chery) are discussing with the (Chinese) government so that they can ...
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