- Autoexpo Kenya showcasing automotive equipment from around the world
- Hyundai dealer to assemble cars in Kenya
- Kenya Govt plans to exempt locally assembled cars from VAT and excise taxes
- Kenya will stop the importation of used passenger mini-buses and large buses from July 1, the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS)
- Kenyan electric vehicle start-up BasiGo raises Sh488m for local assembly
- China truck manufacturer Sinotruk Eyes Assembly Plant in Tanzania
- Rwanda is turning to electric motorcycles to reduce pollutants
- Green Tech Ethiopia enters the Ethiopian electric vehicle market
- Kenya Govt Starts Mass Buying of Electric Buses for BRT Project
- Chinese firm sets up an electric vehicle assembly plant in Rwanda
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"The 23rd AUTOEXPO KENYA 2022" comes back to Nairobi this week opening with the widest range of products, equipment and machinery for the automotive spareparts and accessories sector. The trade fair will be held from the 19th to the 21st of May, at the Kenyatta International Convention Center in Nairobi and will be open for Read More..
Caetano, the local franchise holder for Hyundai and Renault automobiles, intends to begin assembling the vehicles in the nation in May, becoming the most recent dealer to take advantage of tax breaks in the automotive industry. The corporation stated that it is in discussions with a local assembly factory but did not name the partner. Read More..