VW invests $85 million in SA

By Andy Rice 17 June 2010

European car maker VW announced on Wednesday morning that it would expand its South African operations. VW will pump about $85 million into upgrading its Uitenhage plant, and further developing its distribution centre in Pretoria. The company has already spent more than half a billion dollars in South Africa over the last four years. Read more: Times Live. 


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