Korean cars dominate Lebanese market as new car sales rise 7.4%
- Lebanon: Thursday, October 18 - 2012 at 05:47
The Association of Car Importers in Lebanon has said new car sales in the first eight months of 2012 rose by 7.4% to 27,832 units, including commercial vehicles, compared with 25,904 last year, The Daily Star has reported. Korean cars maintained its leadership, taking over 44.8% of the market with 11,714 new vehicles sold, also achieving the best growth of 14.5% compared with last year. Japanese cars took 27.26% of the market by selling 7,126 cars, while European cars lagged behind with 20.5% of the market or 5,354 cars, the association said.
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