Vietnamese car market recovers after bottoming out

Vietnamese car market recovers after bottoming out

After a record decline in August, Vietnam's car sales in September have bounced back, a positive sign for the year-end shopping season.
Vietnam’s car sales have fallen to its lowest level since 2015

Vietnam’s car sales have fallen to its lowest level since 2015

The Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (VAMA) announced a significant slump in overall August sales, which is the deepest decline since 2015.
VinFast overcomes Ford and Honda in February automobile sales

VinFast overcomes Ford and Honda in February automobile sales 2

In February, Vinfast automobile sales overcame Ford and Honda to rank the fourth position for the first time since its recent establishment.
Car market slumps due to COVID-19

Car market slumps due to COVID-19

The consumption of cars of less than nine seats decreased by 30 per cent while bus consumption fell by 47 per cent compared to the first two months of 2019.
Imported cars boost auto sales in October

Imported cars boost auto sales in October

Almost 28,900 cars were sold in Vietnam in October, up 21 percent from the previous month, according to the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA).
Strengthening local automobile production and localisation rate

Strengthening local automobile production and localisation rate

Toru Kinoshita, chairman of the VAMA, talks about increasing the localisation rate of domestic automobile production.
Auto firms to face tax hit

Auto firms to face tax hit

State agencies are considering collecting tax arrears worth trillions of dong from several auto joint ventures relevant to ATIGA tax preference eligibility.
June’s auto sales continue to dip: VAMA

June’s auto sales continue to dip: VAMA

Total car sales in June reached 6,555 units, down 4.6 per cent from the previous month and 43 per cent over the same period last year, according to the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (VAMA).
Local auto firms need straight road

Local auto firms need straight road

Taking on the post of Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (VAMA) chairman from January 1, Laurent Charpentier - also Ford Vietnam managing director, tells VIR about difficulties and challenges facing Vietnam-based auto firms.