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Yemen. Auto sales lost 9.3% in March

Yemen Cars Market in March was significantly hit, as a result of national prevention measures to counter the Covid-19 threat. Indeed, sales down 9.3% in March with 548 units sold, ending the first quarter at 1.828 (-6.8%).The post Yemen. Auto sales lost 9.3% in March appeared first on https://focus2move.com.

Reunion 2020. Market suffers (-11.8%), all top brands register losses but Renault (-0.8%) remains the leader
Tuesday September 29, 2020

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Thursday January 01, 1970

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