Auto sales in 2019 picks up 12 percent Business

Auto sales in 2019 picks up 12 percent

Members of the Vietnam Auto Manufacturers’ Association (VAMA) reported a year-on-year sales surge of 12 percent in 2019, riding on hefty festive discounts and promotional programmes.
Promotions help boost auto sales in May Business

Promotions help boost auto sales in May

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.
Auto sales down 35 percent in April  Business

Auto sales down 35 percent in April

The Vietnam Automobile Manufacturer Association (VAMA) reported on May 13 that its members sold 21,021 vehicles in April, a decrease of 35 percent against the previous month.
Nissan, Honda recall cars to fix problems Business

Nissan, Honda recall cars to fix problems

Vietnam Register has announced the recall of 3,073 Nissan Navara pickup trucks, imported from Thailand, manufactured from September 20, 2010, to December 1, 2014, due to airbag faults.
Vietnam’s auto sales set to miss target Business

Vietnam’s auto sales set to miss target

With a continuous year-on-year decline in sales this year, the domestic auto industry is unlikely to achieve the 10 percent growth predicted by the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers’ Association.
ASEAN auto demand predicted to grow in 2017 ASEAN

ASEAN auto demand predicted to grow in 2017

ASEAN auto demand is forecast to continue rising in the rest of this year, despite the saturation of the market, according to a survey by the Financial Times’ Confidential Research.
Vietnam’s auto sales reach 20-year record Business

Vietnam’s auto sales reach 20-year record

The total number of automobiles sold in 2016 reached 304,427 units, the highest level recorded by Vietnam’s auto market in the past 20 years, the Vietnam Automobiles Manufacturers Association (VAMA) announced on January 11.
Insiders blame Ghost Month for car sales drop Business

Insiders blame Ghost Month for car sales drop

Car sales in Vietnam last August fell 17 percent from the previous month to 23,540 units, attributable to consumers’ unwillingness to do big business like car purchases in the “Ghost Month”.
Thai economy in May grows better ASEAN

Thai economy in May grows better

The Fiscal Policy Office of Thailand has reported that the local economy in May 2016 significantly improved following the first increase in auto sales in 36 months at 8.3 percent.
Automobile sales plummet in February Business

Automobile sales plummet in February

Vietnam’s automobile sales reached 11,718 units in February, down 49 percent against the previous month, according to the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association (VAMA).