New car sales increase 17.7% in South Africa JOHANNESBURG — New vehicle sales in South Africa increase 17.7% during February to 26,785 units compared to 22,749 units in February 1999. The increase is attributed to lower interest rates and increasing consumer confidence. By the end of the year, vehicle sales are expected to increase 15% compared to 1999. Volvo plans production JOHANNESBURG — Ford Motor Co. will add Volvo production to its Pretoria plant. The liquidation of Volvo's ...

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