General Motors South Africa says it will invest 500 million rand ($81 million) to produce Isuzu Motors Ltd. pickup trucks. The money will go toward upgrading manufacturing plants and boosting capacity at GMSA’s East London facilities. GMSA also will spend 500 million rand on an annual basis to purchase parts from local direct material suppliers. GM purchased the remaining 51% stake it held in South Africa’s Delta Motor Corp. in January, making GMSA a wholly owned General Motors Corp. ...

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