The South African Department of Trade and Industry says it has completed its internal review of the Motor Industry Development Program and will present the plan to the cabinet by the end of the month. The MIDP aims to promote investment and create employment in the country's emerging automotive sector via a variety of incentives offered to auto makers, including tax rebates. The incentives under the current plan are slated to expire in 2012, but an extended timeframe of 2020 is expected to ...

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