AUBURN HILLS – DaimlerChrysler AG is turning to its U.S.-based Chrysler Group to help grow the company’s supply base in South Africa. A plan by the South African government calls for auto makers to include 30% local content in vehicles produced in the country to qualify for government fleet sales. DC views U.S. minority suppliers as a crucial link in meeting this goal. DC has a vital interest in the South African market. The auto maker’s assembly plant in East London, South Africa, ...
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