HANOI — Vietnam's thriving domestic automobile market is expected to plummet from this year's 100% sales growth rate to 20% next year, industry insiders say in a Vietnam News Agency report. Domestic automobile joint ventures in the first eight months of the year sold 8,200 vehicles, double the number sold last year. Experts say that if automobiles sales continue along their current trend, an estimated 10,000 cars will be sold on the domestic market this year. But the sudden increase in ...
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