PUNE – Tata Motors Co. Ltd. is developing a West African hub at Senegal, similar to one it has in South Africa. The Indian auto maker is planning the export, assembly and manufacture of small cars, buses and trucks in Senegal and has plans to establish similar hubs in North and East Africa, as well. Eventually, the company may produce a small car dedicated to the African markets. Senegal, which does not build cars, imports those made by Renault SA and PSA Peugeot Citroen. The country, ...

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