JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – Government officials here are beginning to lay the political groundwork for a new 2020 plan for the country’s automotive manufacturing sector, similar to the current Motor Industry Development Plan (MIDP) that expires in 2012. South African Trade and Industry Minister Mandisi Mpahlwa says the government remains committed to the continued success of the automotive industry due to the vital role it has played in economic development of the country, adding that an ...

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