JOHANNESBURG – New-vehicle exports for the year's first three months increased 57.7% over like-2005, the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa says. NAAMSA reports South African auto makers exported 38,541 vehicles, an increase of 14,099 over prior-year. "Higher than projected exports of cars, and particularly light-commercial vehicles, should contribute to record export sales during 2006," NAAMSA Director Nico Vermeulen says. "Overall exports are projected to ...

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