Saudi Arabia’s auto sector has grown in recent years, sending encouraging signals to dealers who say the market is buoyant and sales figure may see an increase of nearly 15% this year. According to figures made available by car dealers in the Eastern province, 120,000 units were sold in the first half of 2003, far exceeding last year’s sales of 180,000 units. Additionally, dealers expect sales to rise in the last quarter as new models arrive in the market. Japanese cars ...
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