(Adds background paragraph 2, quotes 3-5, detail 6) PRETORIA, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Nissan South Africa said on Monday it had been awarded a one-billion-rand ($148 million) contract by its Japanese parent to export Hardbody single cab pick-up trucks to Europe, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand. The deal marks another milestone for the country's motor industry, which is its second largest industrial employer after mining. Nissan South Africa Managing Director Julio Panama told a news ...
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