Vietnamese automobile manufacturers and distributors had a banner month in May as the sales of car experienced a strong monthly growth of 30 percent following a line-up of promotions and discount programmes.
The Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (VAMA) announced on January 10 that it sold 27,882 automobile units in December 2017, up 13% from the previous month.
Vietnam’s automobile sales in September shot up 13 percent to 26,551 units against the previous month, according to the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA).
India accounted for almost half the volume of completely built-up (CBU) passenger cars Vietnam imported last year despite lower tariffs on vehicles from ASEAN countries.
Traffic safety across the country showed positive changes in the first nine months of this year with the numbers of deaths and injuries continuing to drop, according to a Government report.