Members of the Việt Nam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA) sold 42,359 autos in April, up 14 per cent on the month and 40 per cent on the year, according to a recent VAMA report.
Vietnamese businesses are finding it difficult to cope with supply chain breakages as a result of China enforcing strict COVID-19 lockdown policies to curb recent outbreaks.
Members of the Việt Nam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA) sold over 36,962 autos in March, up 60 per cent on the month, according to a recent VAMA report.
The Vietnamese automotive market is expected to rebound this year, returning to its growth track after sluggish sales in 2021, according to industry insiders.
The electric-car race is only just beginning in Việt Nam and VinFast have taken an early lead. Late last week they officially handed over the first batch of VFe34 electric automobiles to clients, the first electric cars to hit the road in Việt Nam.
The Việt Nam Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (VAMA) has announced that total market sales of its member units reached 38,656 vehicles last month.