Govt Considers Purchasing Local Vehicle Assembly Cars For MPs And Ministers

Government is considering the option of purchasing vehicles for ministers and parliamentarians from local vehicle assemblers to promote the domestic industry and reduce foreign currency expenditure in line with austerity measures.

Local vehicle assemblers say such a move will create thousands of jobs and revive the vehicle assembling sector. Quest Motors and Willowvale Motor Industries (WMI), which are country’s foremost vehicle assemblers say they have capacity to produce quality vehicles which match imported Sport Utility Vehicles (SUVs). Quest Motors argue Government is obliged to implement a directive issued by the Office of the President and Cabinet that compels them to purchase vehicles from local assemblers.

Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube said in an interview that Government was considering buying the next batch of ministerial vehicles from local assemblers after suspending vehicle imports for the current crop.

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Mthuli NcubeWillowvale Motor Industries

Professor Mthuli Ncube is the Minister of Finance and Economic Development.He was the Chief Economist and Vice President of the African Development Bank ,financial, economics, investment, and public policy expert, entrepreneur and academic. Professor Ncube divides his time between the private sector in Switzerland and... Read More About Mthuli Ncube

Willowvale Motor Industries is a company in Zimbabwe specialising the assembly and distribution of motor vehicles. The company offers a range of passenger and commercial vehicles in diesel and petrol models. The company serves customers through dealers in Zimbabwe. It was formerly known as Willowvale... Read More About Willowvale Motor Industries

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