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West Africa Automotive parts exhibition holds in Lagos

WEST Africa Automotive Show, WAAS, a new international trade exhibition, is set to bring the region’s automotive parts industry together under one roof come next month. According to WAAS, “for three days, an estimated 100 exhibitors from Nigeria and other countries will be gathering together to network, forge new business ties and show off the latest developments and products in the spare parts and services sector. Suppliers, dealers and manufacturers will also be able to discuss best practice for the industry and find out more about the developing local motor manufacturing industry. “With free admission, more than 3,000 visitors are expected to attend WAAS which opens its doors from November 6 to 8, 2019 at the Landmark Centre on Victoria Island, Lagos.”

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Don’t blame automotive plan for Tokunbo vehicles’ cost — NADDC

CONTRARY to media reports (not in Vanguard) that the National Automotive Industry Development Plan, NAIDP, was punitive and responsible for the increase in smuggled vehicles, the National Automotive Design and Development Council, NADDC, has said that the agency is shocked that the policy is being blamed for the increased prices of imported used vehicles otherwise known as Tokunbo vehicles.

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