Automobiles imported to Vietnam last week were mostly manufactured in Thailand with 2,307 units and Indonesia with 735 units.
Automobiles registered for customs clearance last week were mainly from Thailand and Indonesia, accounting for 85 per cent of the total imported cars into Vietnam last week.
There were up to 1,995 cars with nine or fewer seats imported to Vietnam last week, mostly from Indonesia and Thailand.
Automobiles entering Vietnam last week were mostly manufactured in Thailand with 2,122 units.
Last week, 1.440 units of duty-free cars were imported to Vietnam from Indonesia, accounting for nearly half of the total of nine seater or fewer cars.
Last week, the number of automobiles imported to Vietnam reached 3,065 units, nearly 60 per cent higher than the previous week.
Toyota's market share rose to nearly 25 percent in August after ranging around only 21 percent for months.
The number of nine seaters or fewer cars imported to Vietnam in the past week suddenly dropped sharply to 759 units, equivalent to nearly 40 per cent of the total car imports in the previous week.
The total number of imported automobiles handed over to customers reduced by up to 45 per cent in the first seven months of this year, compared to the same period of last year.
On the list of five best sellers of last month, there was no presence of completely built-up automobiles (CBU).
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