JOHANNESBURG – General Motors South Africa and Isuzu Motor Ltd. say they will launch a new joint venture, Isuzu Truck South Africa, to build trucks for markets throughout the African continent. Each auto maker will invest 40 million rand ($5.2 million) in the JV, but GMSA also reportedly will invest 350 million rand ($46 million) over the next two years to upgrade its existing Isuzu truck production and distribution facilities. GMSA will continue to assemble Isuzu trucks at its Kempston ...
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