JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – South African auto makers sold a record number of vehicles in 2004, with overall sales increasing by 22% despite the negative impact of the stronger rand, the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (NAAMSA) reports. The group says total new-vehicle sales reached 449,603 units in 2004, up from prior-year’s 368,470. When sales of non-NAAMSA vehicles are included, the total rises to more than 481,000. "During 2004, South Africa was one ...
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