JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – The South African auto industry is set to face an international protest that could see key provisions in the Motor Industry Development Program (MIDP) scrapped. The Australian government has announced it will lodge a complaint with the World Trade Organization over the program, which it sees subsidizing low-cost South African exports that are threatening the health of its own auto industry. South African vehicle exports have increased at an average annual ...

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