JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – The South African truck market could grow 10.5% to 23,000 units in 2005, predicts local manufacturer Nissan Diesel South Africa. Frans Cloete, senior vice president of Nissan Diesel South Africa, says that given the stability and economic growth of South Africa, the company is convinced 2005's commercial-vehicle sales could exceed the 20,820 units achieved in 2004. "Consumer and business confidence remains at high levels, and transport operators are expected ...
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