JOHANNESBURG – The South African government is launching a new support plan for the domestic auto industry, as local vehicle sales continue to decline amid the country’s economic downturn. The Automotive Production and Development Program replaces the Motor Industry Development Program, in place since 1995, which promoted investment while protecting South African manufacturers with tariffs. The APDP aims to encourage the expansion of the domestic vehicle manufacturing and component ...
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