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Month: July 2019

Mozambique 2018. Toyota holding 18.7% while the market started recovering

Mozambican vehicles sales grew 32.4% in 2018 with 3.280, ending the recent years’ awful trend. Toyota held the market leadership, surging 44.5%, but holding just 18.7% of share. Ford and Nissan improved in double-digits.The post Mozambique 2018. Toyota holding 18.7% while the market started recovering appeared first on https://focus2move.com.

Senegal 2018. Strong economic momentum boost demand for vehicles

Senegal vehicles sector suddenly dropped down 32% in 2018 with 5.655 units sold. Toyota held the throne – holding 27.5% of the market share – and the followers, Mitsubishi, Citroen and Renault, all declined in double-digits.The post Senegal 2018. Strong economic momentum boost demand for vehicles appeared first on https://focus2move.com.

Zimbabwe 2018. Toyota held the throne, while the market started the recovery

Zimbabwe Vehicles Market grew 13.6% in 2018, after four consecutive years of decline, with 3.800 sales. Toyota kept the crown – selling over 700 units – keeping a safe gap from Isuzu and Ford.The post Zimbabwe 2018. Toyota held the throne, while the market started the recovery appeared first on https://focus2move.com.

Congo 2018. Auto sales dropped down 40.5%

Congo Republic vehicles market fell down 40.5% in 2018 with 1.965 sales, after the previous year’s boom. Toyota kept dominating the market with 39.2% of share – declining by 43% – ahead of several Japanese brands.The post Congo 2018. Auto sales dropped down 40.5% appeared first on https://focus2move.com.

Greece best selling cars 2019. The top 100

Greece best selling cars ranking in May again sees the Toyota Yaris on top, signing a huge gain (+76.8%). The Opel Corsa (+12.1%) ranks in the second place, overtaking the Volkswagen Polo and the Fiat Panda. Outstanding performance recorded by the Nissan Qashqai.The post Greece best selling cars 2019. The top 100 appeared first on https://focus2move.com.

Daily Habits Checklist #104 (June 3 to June 30)

I’d give myself a B grade for these 4 weeks. In areas like meditation and reading, I wasn’t as consistent as I’d have liked. I want to make some big changes to the checklist. In particular to concentrate more on helping other people, instead of just self-improvement and self-generative activities. For example, daily volunteer work […]