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CAPE TOWN, South Africa – Despite losing $2 billion in sales during labor disputes last year, and wage-related strikes having become an annual specter, the lure of the sub-Saharan Africa market should ensure automakers in South Africa do not divest from the country, industry experts say. Last year was difficult for the car industry in the continent’s economic powerhouse, a production base for many of the world’s largest global car companies including Ford, BMW, General ...
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