Car sales up in air with end of fee cut

Car sales up in air with end of fee cut

The expiration of a registration fee cut for locally-assembled and manufactured cars, on top of parts shortages, caused a plunge in the sale of cars in June.
Vietnam sees car sales soar in May

Vietnam sees car sales soar in May

Vietnam witnessed its car sales climb by 70 per cent in May, indicating positive signals in the market.
Car sales in Vietnam down 34 percent in January

Car sales in Vietnam down 34 percent in January

As many as 30,742 cars were sold in Vietnam in January, a decline of 34 percent compared to the previous month, according to a monthly report issued by the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA) on February 15.
Price wars imminent as initial fees reduce

Price wars imminent as initial fees reduce

As car sales continue to reduce, local importers have asked authorised agencies to apply a 50 per cent reduction in registration fees for imported cars in order to remove discriminatory tax reduction currently used for only locally-assembled vehicles.
Car sales rocket after registration fee cut

Car sales rocket after registration fee cut

After the Government’s move to lower car registration fees by half took effect more than a week ago, the domestic car market has picked up.
Auto prices fall due to low demand

Auto prices fall due to low demand

Vietnamese auto firms have launched promotions to spur demand after sales dropped following the Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday and as the number of imported cars has increased strongly.