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oa East African Geographical Review - The motor industry in Uganda

 

Abstract

Developing countries are important to the world motor industry because collectively they form a large and very rapidly expanding market. Motor sales and servicing are almost as ubiquitous in distribution as is the motor vehicle itself, and all countries have at least an embryonic motor industry. Establishment of the more advanced stages of the industry can form a useful part of industrialisation, leading to savings in foreign exchange, the attraction of foreign investment and the acquisition of important skills.

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1969-04-01
2016-12-06
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