Vietnam’s automobile sales in September amounted to 21,366, up 32% from the same period last year, according to the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA).
The tightening of control over truck loads and the loosening of control over imports have led to the sharp increase in the number of imported Chinese trucks imported.
More than 17,920 cars were sold in Vietnam in May, which were fewer than the month before, but still higher than the same period last year.
Competition among car manufacturers is set to heat up as they scramble to compete in the freight-vehicle segment.
Automobile sales touched 19,979 units in January, down 1 percent from December, but surged 80 percent from a year ago, a Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA) report stated.
The Truong Hai Automobile Company (Thaco) plans to export locally manufactured vehicles to Myanmar, Cambodia and Laos as part of its strategy this year.
(VOV) -Vietnam's automobile industry sold nearly 16,150 units in September, up 29% against August and 65% on the same month of last year, according to Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (VAMA).
(VOV) - The latest sales figures confirm that despite lingering market difficulties, sales of domestic automakers continue to grow with Toyota, Thaco and Ford outperforming foreign manufacturers in recent months.
Sales by members of the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (VAMA) continued rising high last month with nearly 10,000 automobiles sold, the Saigon Times Daily reported.
(VOV) -The first batch of Mazda 2, Mazda 3, and CX-5 automobile products assembled in Vietnam will be shipped to Laos on July 14 as per a contract signed by the parties involved last week.
Truong Hai Auto Joint Stock Co., or Thaco, has spent US$3.5 million taking over a 51 percent stake in the specialized vehicle manufacturing company Soosung of the Republic of Korea.