By Gordon Bell JOHANNESBURG, Nov 28 (Reuters) - South Africa's vehicle manufacturing sector is set for record sales in 2006, boosting new job creation, but sales growth should ease in coming months due to higher interest rates, an industry body said on Tuesday. Vehicle production is one of the biggest industries in South Africa's manufacturing sector, which accounts for some 17 percent of gross domestic product. The car industry is forecast to produce about 620,000 vehicles this year, ...
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