JOHANNESBURG – South Africa new-vehicle sales in April slipped 2.8% to 42,359 units from 43,563 year-ago, the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa reports. New-car deliveries fell 7.0% to 24,094 units from 25,913 in like-2007 and represented a 13.3% drop from 27,790 in March. NAAMSA says new-car demand continued to soften due to rising interest rates coupled with a lack of consumer confidence. Sales of light-commercial vehicles, pickup trucks and minibuses ...
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