Toyota hikes prices in Vietnamese market
(Oct 02, 2015)
The prices of Toyota and Lexus models in the Vietnamese market have been
increased as of October 1, Toyota Motor Vietnam (TMV) said.
Viet Nam will officially recognize international driving licences as of
October 1, said Deputy Director of Directorate for Roads of Viet Nam
(DRVN) Nguyen Van Quyen.
Auto giant Volkswagen and Phu Thai Holdings have been negotiating to set up an auto assembly unit in Viet Nam.
There could be a 2 per cent to 20 per cent increase in import tax on
various types of trucks, according to a circular drafted by the Ministry
Taiwan's Kenda Rubber Industrial Co has been granted a licence to
construct a tyre factory, worth US$160 million, in the southern Dong Nai
Province's Giang Dien Industrial Zone.
Ford Viet Nam reported 5 per cent year-on-year sales growth in August
to 1,353 units as sales for the year surged 49 per cent to 11,710
Vietnamese consumers purchasing light-duty trucks, below three tones,
and multi-purpose mini farm vehicles may soon receive loan support from
the Government, according to a regulation drafted by the Ministry of
Trade and Industry.
Vietnamese automobile sales in August decreased 10 per cent to 18,236
units compared to July, reported the Viet Nam Automobile Manufacturers'
This central city will host on September 19 the fourth stage and fifth
starting point of the 2,200km Viet Nam-trans Mitsubishi Caravan.
French tyre manufacturer Michelin will offer free tests for seven-seat
cars across Viet Nam in an effort to help reduce road accident for
The first Vespa 946 version 2015 under fashion brand Emporio Armani arrived in Viet Nam on September 9.