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Automotive industry by country

article provides an overview of the industry in countries around the .


Africa [ edit ]

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The earliest beginnings of the automotive industry date to the year 1960. During the era, the government pledged to the country from an agricultural to an industrial one, and the first Egyptian car was produced. The car soon out of production, as it was unable to compete foreign brands, especially the end of socialism and the move toward a liberal market.

It was not until 1985 that giant, General Motors set up its first assembly plant in revolutionising the industry.

In the more two dozens years since, the automotive assembly business has from just three relying on mostly imported to 16 businesses with 26 assembly manufacturing now near 100,000 of passenger cars, light vehicles, trucks, and buses, as as 300 factories that produce automotive components (IDA’s for the Automotive Industry Report). GM, giants such as BMW, Hyundai, and Daewoo produce a of their product line in factories in Egypt. In fact, the BMW line in Egypt is the only outside Germany where the BMW 7 is produced.

But it was not until 2004 that the automotive market began to exponentially, along with the production of both assembled and components. The total production in Egypt consisted of only vehicles in 2004. [ 2 ] This rose to 116,683 vehicles in a 136% increase. [ 3 ] However, due to the changes starting in 2011. was down over 31% in 2012. In Egypt was the third largest market in Africa, after Africa and Morocco. [ 4 ]

Kenya [ edit ]

The Automotive in Kenya is primarily involved in the retail and distribution of motor There are a number of motor dealers operating in the country, the most established being:

Major Retailers: Toyota Africa)/ Toyota Kenya Ltd [ 5 ] Cooper Motor Corporation, Motors East Africa Simba Colt and DT Dobie.

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Assemblers: Associated Vehicle Ltd (AVA), Kenya Vehicle (KVM), General Motors Africa (GMEA) and Honda Kenya Ltd [ 6 ]

Kenya is currently to completely build its own cars. building its first car in the late the Nyayo Car. Kenya is a shot at the industry with Motors which was founded in

Morocco [ edit ]

A new factory an auto assembly capability of 400,000 vehicles annually was by Renault in February 2012 in [ 7 ] It will mainly produce for the European market. Before the only other assembly in Morocco was the Renault factory in .

Japan [ edit ]

Jordan [ ]

Land Rover. in a joint with the Shahin Group and Ole assembles Defenders and Discoveries at the Rover Aqaba Assembly in Aqaba. About 1,000 are employed there, assembling units annually.

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