PRETORIA, Feb 22 (Reuters) - Nissan South Africa said on Monday it had been awarded a one billion rand ($148 million) contract by its Japanese parent to export hard-body single cab pick-up trucks to Europe, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand. The contract formed part of Nissan's plan three-year plan to profitably grow by utilising its resources worldwide, Nissan South Africa Managing Director Julio Panama told a news conference. The contract was good for an initial two years, with an ...
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