BEIRU – Egypt’s automotive industry slowly begins returning to work after a civilian uprising protesting President Hosni Mubarik's government began Jan. 25, leading major assembly plants near Cairo to shut down. The local industry built 92,339 cars, trucks and buses in 2009, according to the last full-year data available from the International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers (OICA), and sold a total 205,521 units, including imports, Ward’s data shows. Growth of 15% to ...

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