SA automotive company Motus expects profit will drop as much as 30% in the six months ended December, prompting an 8.5% decline in its shares — the biggest one-day drop since early October. 

In a trading update on Thursday the company said operations were hampered by several issues, including lower consumer demand, higher-than-normal inflation in vehicle and parts prices and excess stock from car manufacturers...

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