imported cars

Update news imported cars

As many as 160,035 automobiles were imported to Vietnam last year, up 52.1 percent annually, mostly from Thailand, Indonesia and China, reported the General Department of Vietnam Customs.

Companies vie for right to import used luxury cars

The Ministry of Investment and Trade (MOIT) has announced that a special bidding session, held once a year, will be organized in May for the right to import used cars.

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.

Car sales in Vietnam 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.

Emission standard deadline in doubt

 VietNamNet Bridge – Newly manufactured assembled and imported cars are obliged to meet European exhaust emission level 4 standards (Euro 4) from January 1, 2017 in order to be eligible to register in Viet Nam.

State budget deficit will affect firms

Nguyen Duc Thanh, director of the Viet Nam Centre for Economics and Policy Research, told the Thoi bao Kinh te Viet Nam newspaper some measures that Viet Nam could adopt to ensure the harmonisation

Automobile imports surge to five-year high

 VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam spent US$1.1 billion on auto imports during the first 10 months of the year, nearly doubling 2013's figure and registering the highest level over the last five years.

Hundreds of luxury cars "abandoned" at Saigon seaports to be handled

 VietNamNet Bridge - Hundreds of luxury cars imported as movable assets of overseas Vietnamese that are "abandoned" at seaports in HCM City to be re-exported.