Now, the ride-hailing news shouldn’t come as much of a surprise. Earlier this year, the company made a $300 investment into European company Gett. Reuters writes that Rwanda is a good place to operate because Uber hasn’t set up shop there like it has in Kenya.
Speaking of that country, VW’s plant there will produce the Polo Vivo electric compact — the first manufacturing it’s done in Kenya since the ’70s. And starting next year, the outfit will also make cars in Algeria.