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Portugal 2020. Best selling cars ranking. The top 50

Portugal Best Selling Cars in the Year to Date May 2020 ranking is dominated by the Renault Clio, followed by the best premium model, the Mercedes Class A and the Peugeot 208. The Renault Captur free-falls at the edge of the Top 10 ranking.While the Portuguese auto market struggles to recover from the Covid-19 crisis, the best selling car in 2020 is currently the Renault Clio, holding 5.2% of market share, with 2.737 Year to Date May sales (-51.3%).The best premium model, the Mercedes Class A, gains the second position – up 2 spots from 2019 – with a market share at the best level ever (4%) and 2.146 units sold (-34%). The Peugeot 208 closes the market podium, with 1.685 sales (-50.7%).The BMW 1 Series jumps in 4th position – signing the best top 10 performance – with 1.423 sales (-19.1%), followed by the Peugeot 2008 with 1.381 (-48.7%) and the Citroen C3 with 1.365 (-53.4%).In seventh place, the Ford Focus with 1.155 (-43.7%) – up 4 spots – ahead of the Renault Megane with 1.152 (-58%), the Nissan Micra with 1019 (-48.6%) and the  free-falling Renault Captur with 996, down by a disappointing 70%.Tables with sales figuresIn the tables below we report sales for top 50 Models.This content is for members only. Visit the site and log in/register to read.

Cameroon. In 2020 the market suffered a 29.8% drop, Toyota remains the undiscussed leader
Friday September 25, 2020

Cameroon vehicles market in 2020 reports a sharp drop as the pandemic influences sales. Indeed, 1.446 units were sold Year To Date until August, losing 29.8% compared to last year. Toyota  (-22.3%) maintains the leadership, while Renault was the worst performer, with a 52.7% drop in sales. Meanwhile, Volkswagen reported a 25.7% increase in sales. […]

A few takeaways from the 2020 Cambridge cryptoasset study: 101M users, 39% renewable energy, and the rise of stablecoins
Tuesday September 29, 2020

Here’s the full report. Below are some of my takeaways, along with excerpts and charts. Anything in bold is my writing, and everything else is copied verbatim from the PDF. 1. There are approximately 101M “cryptoasset users” An updated estimate of the number of cryptoasset users indicates a total of up to 101 million unique […]

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