JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – A review of South Africa’s Motor Industry Development Program (MIDP) should be finalized by the end of March, a government official says. The MIDP was launched in 1995 as part of a government initiative to improve global competitiveness of the South African automobile manufacturing sector and is due to end in 2012. The review has caused much tension within the industry, as fears grow it could result in a reduction in benefits currently enjoyed by local ...
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