Lebanon car sales up 4.1% in first two months of 2013
- Lebanon: Monday, March 18 - 2013 at 07:42
The Association of Car Importers in Lebanon has said new passenger and commercial vehicles registered during the first two months of 2013 rose 4.1% to 5,038, compared with 4,840 vehicles recorded a year earlier, The Daily Star has reported. US car demand rose by 1.3% to reach 318 cars, while the sales of European and Japanese cars fell by a respective 3.6% and 3.5% year-on-year to 1,068 and 1,171 vehicles, respectively, compared with a year earlier. Korean cars accounted for 46.7% of total sales in the first two months of the year followed by a 22% share each for Japanese and European cars.
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