Vehicle sales still rising but targets could be cut
THE DOMESTIC car industry may be unable to hit its 2011 sales growth target after disasters in Japan disrupted the supply chain, the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines, Inc. (CAMPI) yesterday said.
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High interest rates slow car sales
Passenger car sales down 13.2% in April, two-wheeler sales up 26.4%.
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Hyundai guarantees trade-in value
Some cars are going up in value as there’s a shortage of parts in the wake of the Japanese earthquake. They still depreciate quickly compared to your investment.
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Vehicle sales slow down in April
BY BEN ARNOLD O. DE VERA REPORTER DOMESTIC vehicle sales inched up during the first four months of the year but growth is expected to slow down as supplies run out because of the disasters that hit Japan—a leading automotive and parts manufacturer. According to the joint sales report of the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers […]
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