GM exit shows SA must build our own automotive industry, says EFF

by www.iol.co.za
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) said on Friday that General Motors' decision to exit South African market called for a permanent solution to build a domestic automotive industry as it would lead to loss of thousands of jobs.
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