JOHANNESBURG – South Africa saw another record year in 2006, as new-vehicle sales increased 15.7% to 714,340 units. “Calendar 2006 represented another exceptional and record year for the South African new-vehicle industry, with both domestic sales and industry production rising to all-time highs,” the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa says. December new-vehicle sales climbed 7.7% to 45,770 units from like-2005’s 42,257. NAAMSA figures show exports rose ...
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