General Motors South Africa Managing Director Robert Socia calls the auto maker’s Hummer H3 project “one of the most important milestones in the history of GM in South Africa.” Parent General Motors Corp. announced in March it was investing $76.2 million in its South African facilities to produce the first salable, left-hand-drive H3s, which began rolling off the assembly line this month. The H3 currently is sold in 30 countries. GMSA’s Port Elizabeth facilities will assemble 10,000 H3s ...
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