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SA car sales hinge on US decision
SA car sales hinge on US decision
The motor industry in South Africa is supported by large government subsidies and it has grown strongly since 2000 because of steeply climbing...
Naamsa: Strike in auto sector could affect investment
Naamsa: Strike in auto sector could affect investment
European and Asian vehicle manufacturers are considering whether to establish manufacturing operations in South Africa, the National Association of...
Sandy lifts already strong US auto sales
Sandy lifts already strong US auto sales
Toyota, Volkswagen and Chrysler were among the companies posting impressive increases for November, which is normally a lacklustre month because of...
Car sales help push up SA's shares
Car sales help push up SA's shares
New car sales rose 15.6% year on year in June, according to National Association of Automobile Manufacturers' statistics released on Tuesday....
Rolls-Royce ratchets up record sales
Rolls-Royce ratchets up record sales
Rolls-Royce is the latest United Kingdom-based carmaker to benefit from the emerging markets' appetite for luxury marques -- it reported its...
Consumer Protection Act hits a roadblock
Consumer Protection Act hits a roadblock
The new Consumer Protection Act has been in effect for more than two weeks, yet among those in the motor industry there is uncertainty about what...
Toyota aims to expand 2011 global sales by 3%
Toyota aims to expand 2011 global sales by 3%
Toyota Motor Corp said on Tuesday it expects global sales to grow 3% to 7,7-million vehicles next year with shrinking purchases in Japan offset by...
Buying a second-hand car
Buying a second-hand car
Mo is about to buy a second-hand car and wants to know the following:
Readers are ready to spend on cars
Readers are ready to spend on cars
In a recent Smart Money poll, 69% of readers said they were ready to take the plunge and buy a new car, while 28% of readers are not ready to start...
2010 to bring 'modest' rise in car sales
2010 to bring 'modest' rise in car sales
There were signs of hope in the South African automotive sector for modestly better domestic sales in 2010, the National Association of Automobile...
No relief for car manufacturers
No relief for car manufacturers
February held no relief for embattled new vehicle manufacturers, sales statistics released by the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers...
European car sales in 20-year slump
European car sales in 20-year slump
European new cars sales slumped in January to the lowest level for 20 years, trade data showed on Friday.

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