Pioneer Motor Co. plans to pump more than $2 million into a new vehicle assembly plant in Zimbabwe that is expected to generate millions of dollars in foreign currency. The plant will specialize in assembling Marcopolo buses, based in Brazil, and is expected to create hundreds of jobs in the vehicle-manufacturing sector. Top South African technicians last week met with PMC officials to discuss the details of setting up the assembly plant. Hamish Rudland, PMC director, says in ...

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