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Auto dealers deemed main beneficiaries of registration fee cut

Auto dealers have proved to be the biggest beneficiaries of the Government's move to introduce a 50% cut in car registration fees, and not car buyers, as expected, 

Supporting industries leading automakers towards success

Vietnam is striving to successfully build up its automobile industry. 

Car imports skyrocket in 2019

Vietnam imported up to 140,000 cars in 2019 worth a total USD3.16 billion, up 84% on-year, with the majority from Indonesia and Thailand.


Asia autos: Positive growth is no sign of strength in 2020

South East Asia will continue to be the bright spot of the Asia's vehicle sales market in 2020, led by Vietnam, according to Fitch Solutions research.

Hyundai’s logistics arm opens first Southeast Asian office in Vietnam

Hyundai Glovis, a logistics subsidiary of Hyundai Kia Automotive Group from the Republic of Korea, is expanding its overseas presence by opening its first Southeast Asian office in Vietnam.



Auto, mechanical enterprises link up before market opening

VietNamNet Bridge - Eight private and state owned automobile and mechanical firms have decided to combine to protect domestic production before the tariff reduction commitments that go into effect in 2015.

Auto manufacturers, auditing firms to be next targets for transfer pricing probe

After inspecting textile and garment enterprises, taxation bodies will cast their eyes on automobile manufacturing enterprises and put international auditing firms under probe, according to the General Director of the General Department of Taxation.

Weak supporting industries cannot retain foreign investors

 VietNamNet Bridge – At least two leading automobile manufacturers in the world have decided to cancel their development projects in Vietnam because of the weak supporting industries in the country.

Auto JVs import cars to sell domestically

 VietNamNet Bridge – The members of the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers’ Association now tend to import cars from AFTA countries for domestic sale instead of assembling cars themselves.

AFTA-sourced car imports to see sharp falls in prices

 VietNamNet Bridge – From 2018, the import tariffs on the car imports from the AFTA zone under the mode of complete built unit (CBU) will be lowered to zero percent. This will make imports cheaper than domestically assembled cars.

CBU car imports to see prices plummet from 2014

 VietNamNet Bridge – The cars to be imported from ASEAN countries under the mode of complete built units (CBU) would reduce to 50 percent from 2014.


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