ISTANBUL, Aug 26 (Reuters) - Turkish automotive sales grew by 105 percent in the first seven months of the year, driven largely by imports as the local currency remains firm , the Automotive Industry Association (OSD) said on Tuesday. Sales of locally made vehicles climbed by 59 percent to 78,515 units, while sales of imported automobiles jumped by 140 percent to 52,067 units, the OSD said. The Turkish lira currency has enjoyed a rally in recent months after hitting record lows in March ...
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