VIENNA – Egyptian German Automotive, the assembly operation for Mercedes-Benz vehicles owned 26% by Daimler, adds output of MG 750 sedans from complete-knocked-down kits sourced from China. The EGA plant, located in 6th of October City, will assemble the vehicles for Egypt’s MG distributor, Egyptian British Automotive. In Egypt it is not unusual for vehicles from a variety of brands to be built by the same assembler. However, EGA, which launched car assembly in 1997, until ...

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