JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – The National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (NAAMSA) reports export sales of domestic-made vehicles for the first nine months reached 96,113 units. This is an improvement of 11,122 vehicles, or 13.1%, compared with the 84,991 units shipped n like-2004. The country’s auto makers exported 17,509 vehicles in September, alone, an improvement of 2,818 units, or 19.2%, over the 14,691 vehicles exported in August. NAAMSA says it expects ...

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