Vietnam car sales rose strongly in September

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Fiat vietnamThe Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (VAMA) reported on October 12 that the country’s auto industry sold 9,785 units in September, a 24 per cent improvement on August and 28 per cent more than compared to the same month a year earlier.

The VAMA said September’s auto sales were the highest figure since the beginning of the year. Revenue from cars rose 32 per cent and from trucks 19 per cent, compared to August 2013.

Domestically assembled units were estimated at 7,695, up 18 per cent, while imported automobiles hit 2,090, or 52 per cent more than August.

VAMA members sold 8,465 units in September, representing 20 per cent growth since the comparable period in 2012.

In the past nine months, auto sales totalled 76,884 units—a year-on-year increase of 18 per cent.

Toyota led the market with 2,950 unit sales, followed by Thaco Kia (845 units), Ford (731 units), and GM Vietnam (430 units).

Vietnam’s auto industry is expected to sell 109,000 units by the end of 2013, higher than its yearly 100,000 unit target.

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The Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (VAMA) reported on October 12 that the country’s auto industry sold 9,785 units in September, a 24 per cent improvement on August and 28 per cent more than compared to the same month a year earlier.

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Fiat vietnamThe Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (VAMA) reported on October 12 that the country’s auto industry sold 9,785 units in September, a 24 per cent improvement on August and 28 per cent more than compared to the same month a year earlier.

The VAMA said September’s auto sales were the highest figure since the beginning of the year. Revenue from cars rose 32 per cent and from trucks 19 per cent, compared to August 2013.

Domestically assembled units were estimated at 7,695, up 18 per cent, while imported automobiles hit 2,090, or 52 per cent more than August.

VAMA members sold 8,465 units in September, representing 20 per cent growth since the comparable period in 2012.

In the past nine months, auto sales totalled 76,884 units—a year-on-year increase of 18 per cent.

Toyota led the market with 2,950 unit sales, followed by Thaco Kia (845 units), Ford (731 units), and GM Vietnam (430 units).

Vietnam’s auto industry is expected to sell 109,000 units by the end of 2013, higher than its yearly 100,000 unit target.

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