Automaker Nissan Vietnam has declared a temporary shutdown as from April 5 amid the complex developments of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Car dealers at many firms in Vietnam are complaining about slow sales as it approaches the end of 2019.
The number of newly-established firms in the northern province of Vinh Phuc in the first nine months of this year is estimated at 835, an increase of 8 percent from the same period last year.
VOV.VN - Fourteen renowned brands are to be introduced during the Vietnam Motor Show (VMS 2019) which is scheduled to take place between October 23- 27 in HCM City.
Vietnam imported nearly 11,700 cars worth more than 273 million USD in the first month of 2019, marking the fifth consecutive month with a volume of at least 10,000 units, according to statistics from the General Department of Vietnam Customs.
In order to help boost the Vietnamese automobile industry – one of the most important contributors to national economic growth – the country could do with focusing on its policy stability, market expansion, support industry development, and connectivity reinforcement, according to insiders.
VOV.VN - Awesome cars and the incredibly sexy long legs of super-hot girls are grabbing all the attention at the 2018 Vietnam Motor Show.
There is a disconcerting disparity between the FDI performance of the cities and provinces of Vietnam, which is a major issue to be solved by the nation's future FDI strategy.
Despite the 0 per cent preferential tax rate, the price of CBU cars imported from ASEAN members keeps increasing, showing that tax rates cannot replace market mechanisms to control automobile prices.
Young football talents in Vietnam will have a chance to pursue their dream when the Toyota Junior Football Clinic & Camp 2018 returns this June.
Toyota Motor Vietnam is recalling 20,490 Corolla and Lexus cars nationwide over airbag flaws, the firm said on March 21.
Vietnam’s import tax on complete built-up units from ASEAN was reduced to zero percent as from Jan. 1 this year under the ASEAN Free Trade Agreement. The accord helps reduce the prices of imported cars, meeting consumers’ aspiration.
Vietnam needs to develop its own automobile industry, create favourable import conditions and ensure production for more than 90 million people.
Car imports to Vietnam have dropped sharply in anticipation of Decree 116 which sets strict regulations for locally assembled automobile businesses as well as importers.
Many expired cars and trucks have been found for sale online at cheap prices despite being banned earlier this month, prompting concerns over traffic safety and environmental pollution.
Car dealers and buyers are ‘holding their breath’ before January 1, 2018, when car prices are expected to see big fluctuations.
After Honda, Nissan and Toyota, Subaru – another automobile maker from Japan will recall 24 Legacy and Outback car models to replace their front seat airbags from now to December 5, 2018.
Eighty-five young music talents nationwide were granted 2017 Toyota Scholarships in Hanoi on December 26.
Toyota Vietnam is one of the first firms to ask the Ministry of Industry and Trade to issue business certificates in accordance with new government Decree No 116/2017/ND-CP.
Vietnam’s improving investment climate has made the country become an alluring destination for Japanese investors who commit to furthering investment in the Southeast Asian nation in the future.