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Amazon is expanding its retail operation to 100 pop-up stores around the US

Life’s challenges force us to harden up. Relationships, work, children, family and finances all combine to put us under a lot of pressure and the way we are expected to deal with these is to develop resilience and to some extent indifference. We are required to be tough. To teach our kids to be tough […]

Amazon makes it easier to put Alexa in every room with Dot multipacks and ESP

Life’s challenges force us to harden up. Relationships, work, children, family and finances all combine to put us under a lot of pressure and the way we are expected to deal with these is to develop resilience and to some extent indifference. We are required to be tough. To teach our kids to be tough […]

Sudan 2018. Toyota dominates while the market is into free-fall

Sudan Car Market fell down 21.3% in 2018 with 1.968 units sold, signing the third consecutive year of decline. Toyota held the market throne, with 43.5% of share, followed by Nissan, Isuzu, Hyundai and Mitsubishi.The post Sudan 2018. Toyota dominates while the market is into free-fall appeared first on https://focus2move.com.

Zambia 2018. Auto sales down again 15.7% while Toyota holds 28.6%

Zambian vehicles market dropped down 15.7% in 2018 with 3.664 units sold. Despite losing 20.8% from the previous year, Toyota was still on top of the market, holding 28.6% of share.The post Zambia 2018. Auto sales down again 15.7% while Toyota holds 28.6% appeared first on https://focus2move.com.

Cameroon 2018. Toyota holding 51.5% of share in a harsh environment

Cameroon vehicles market was stable in the 2018, registering 3.079 sales (-0.1%). Toyota held the more than half of the market, with 1.587 sales, followed by Nissan and Renault with almost 200 units sold.The post Cameroon 2018. Toyota holding 51.5% of share in a harsh environment appeared first on https://focus2move.com.

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.