JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – DaimlerChrysler South Africa (DCSA) says it is in the final stages of clarifying its capital-expenditure breakdown for a $341 million investment that will allow its East London plant to produce 80,000 new-generation Mercedes-Benz C-Class vehicles annually. The project will see the production of both left- and right-hand-drive versions for export and the local market. DCSA CEO Hansgeorg Niefer says the new facility is expected to create roughly 2,000 jobs ...
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