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India exports tuk-tuks or 'auto rickshaws' to Africa


The tuk-tuk or “auto rickshaw” – a traffic-dodging staple on the streets of India – is starting to make its way across Africa. Indian manufacturer Atul has assembly plants across the African continent and is promoting it as an economical transport alternative. The BBC’s Africa Business Report went to Atul’s South African assembly plant in Port Elizabeth, to find out more.
Source: BBC News

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