Auto makers must build in Vietnam to be in auto show.
A long shadow hangs over the seventh Vietnam Motor Show at the Saigon Exhibition & Conference Center in the country’s thriving business and commerce capital, as severe economic turbulence and government policies continue to dampen the growing demand for new vehicles. With inflation hovering at about 20%; interest rates edging toward double digits, making consumer loans more difficult to obtain; and the government slowing credit flow in an effort to kick-start the economy, the ...
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