Mini again targets 50 per cent growth
(Aug 20, 2016)
Mini, maker of Mini Cooper and other cars and a BMW group company,
targets growth of 50 per cent this year in Viet Nam, the same as last
year, according to the country's sole BMW importer.
The official authorised importer of BMW in Việt Nam, Euro Auto,
has supplied 20 BMW series 7s and 5s to Five Stars Limousine SG company,
a luxury car rental services provider.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) said it would abrogate its
circular on procedures for importers of passenger cars with nine seats
or less, as soon as the Ministry of Transport issues regulations with
similar effect for road vehicles.
HCM City has opened its first secondhand automobile market where sellers and buyers can meet directly to discuss purchases.
The number of imported completely built-up units in July increased by 25
per cent compared with June, touching 10,839 units, according to
statistics of the General Department of Customs.
The Vietnamese automobile industry sold 28,004 units in July, marking a
16 per cent increase over the previous month, according to Vietnam
Automobile Manufacturers' Association (VAMA).
TCIE Viet Nam Co. Ltd will operate a new plant of van and truck in
Hoa Khanh industrial zone factory from 2017 with total investment of
Ford Vietnam has reported a record 92 per cent year-on-year growth in sales in July to 2,704 units.
Mitsubishi Motors Viet Nam has launched the all-new Outlander, the first model to use the new Dynamic Shield design concept.
As many as 12,000 cars were imported in July, increasing by 30 per cent
as compared to the month before, the General Statistics Office (GSO) has estimated.
The co-operation between National Traffic Safety Committee and
VAMM in 2015 has resulted in numerous contributions towards traffic
safety in Viet Nam, NTSC Executive Vice Chairman Khuat Viet Hung said.