JOHANNESBURG – New-vehicle demand declined in May from year-ago levels, continuing a 4-month market slide. Growth in commercial-vehicle sales wasn’t enough to offset the drop in car deliveries, the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa says in reporting the latest figures. The continued improvement in the functionality of the country’s “e-Natis” electronic registration system toward month’s end had a positive influence on May results, NAAMSA says. In total, ...
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