- Marathon Motors Sets Up First Electric Vehicle Charging Station in Ethiopia
- Automotive manufacturing expected to be a major driver of African trade
- European Union funds uYilo e-Mobility to expand in Africa
- Nissan Tanzania plans to build assembly plant in the country
- Ampersand, a Rwandan company, has received a $9 million loan from DFC to help it grow operations in Rwanda and Kenya
- African automotive technology firm, has received $13.1 million in seed funding to help it scale its technology
- Automotive market in Eastern Africa is attracting investment
- African metals gets a robust boost on electric vehicles expansion
- Kenya's Electric mobility expanding fast
- Ugandan auto firm targets to start manufacturing buses this year
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In the presence of key government officials, Marathon Motors Engineering Plc unveiled the first electric vehicle (EV) charging station in Addis Ababa, as well as new EV models. Marathon Motors, owned by Ethiopian Olympic gold winner and business mogul Haile Gebrselassie, has been importing Hyundai Motors from South Korea for numerous Read More..
Supporters of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) believe that full tariff liberalisation in the automobile manufacturing and food processing sectors will liberate billions of dollars in regional trade, as the continent stands to gain from the world's biggest single market. As the single biggest international market, Read More..