Vietnam imports most cars from Thailand, Indonesia

VOV.VN - Vietnam imported most completely built unit (CBU) automobiles from Thailand and Indonesia during the past 10 months, making up 84% of its total car imports, according to the General Department of Vietnam Customs.

The department’s statistics showed Vietnam purchased 38,800 CBU cars from Thailand and 28,900 cars from Indonesia in 10 months, but the figures marked decreases of 43% and 26% from the same period last year.

Overall, businesses spent US$1.77 billion importing more than 80,000 CBU cars in the reviewed period, an annual decline of 33.8%.

However, Vietnam imported a total of 13,650 CBU automobiles during October, representing an increase of 7.8% from the previous month.

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