By analysing investment flows and examining the role of foreign direct investment in key industries, this book examines why Southern Africa has not become a magnet for FDI and what it needs to do to attract more investment.Production rose from 23 000 3-series passenger cars in 1998 to 55 555 in 2002, of which almost 80 per cent were exported. ... On the domestic passenger car market, BMW commanded an 8.7 per cent share in 2002, the brands highest market penetration in the world. ... Nissan Africa and Quest Motor Corporation opened another plant in 1996 to build pickups; it may well have the same problems.
|Title||:||Development Centre Studies Regional Integration, FDI and Competitiveness in Southern Africa|
|Publisher||:||OECD Publishing - 2004-10-15|