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samedi 28 mars 2015

Vietnam firm asks to run $68.7 mn electronic toll collection project nationwide

A company has proposed that the Ministry of Transport allow it to become the investor of a project for electronic toll collection and control of vehicle loads nationwide that is being piloted in central Vietnam, Vietnamese media said.

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lundi 23 février 2015

250 die on Vietnam roads during Tet

HANOI — Traffic accidents killed nearly 250 people in the first seven days of the Vietnamese Lunar New Year holiday this year, about 13% more than last year, a government official said Monday.

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dimanche 30 novembre 2014

In Vietnam, the rich advised to not buy luxury cars

In Vietnam’s metropolises like Hanoi and HCM City, even if you drive a super-car, your speed cannot exceed 40km per hour and your car will have to inch in traffic jams or floods.

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vendredi 14 novembre 2014

Vietnam extends deadline for changing driver’s licenses for automobiles

The Ministry of Transport has extended the deadline to change driver’s licenses for automobiles made from paper into those made of PET plastic until the end of next year.

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mercredi 5 novembre 2014

Vietnam to issue international driving permit in 2015

The Directorate for Roads of Vietnam (DRVN), as part of an effort aimed at alleviating the global road safety crisis, has announced it would begin issuing international driving licenses early next year.

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lundi 13 octobre 2014

Vietnam capital becoming magnet for luxury automakers

Hanoi has apparently become a magnet for global luxury carmakers as three major industry players have already opened, or plan to open, showrooms in the capital city to mark their official presence in Vietnam.

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samedi 8 mars 2014

Cambodia makes indigenous car, Vietnam falling behind neighbors

Many Vietnamese people consider Cambodia as a small country whose economy is poorer than Vietnam.

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samedi 4 janvier 2014

Investor apologizes for bad construction on major expressway in Vietnam

The investor, contractor and consultant of a new major expressway in southern Vietnam made apologies at its opening ceremony on Thursday after media exposure of sloppy building on the project.

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mercredi 27 novembre 2013

Vietnam ministry seeks gov’t approval to limit personal vehicles

The Ministry of Transport has sought the government’s approval to limit the flow of personal vehicles to reduce traffic congestion in some big cities since next year.

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lundi 11 novembre 2013

Foreign vehicles allowed 30 days in Vietnam

Foreign tourist vehicles will be allowed to travel Vietnam for no more than 30 days after a new government regulation comes into effect December 25.

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lundi 23 septembre 2013

Vietnam tries to clamp down on illegal use of diplomatic cars

Insiders say the crackdown will curb abuse of diplomatic plates by unauthorized people and will not pose problems for diplomatic agencies

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dimanche 31 mars 2013

Vietnam strives to restrict motorbikes by 2020

A lot of drastic measures, administrative, economic, technical, would be taken to gradually reduce the number of motorbikes in circulation throughout the country.

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mercredi 23 janvier 2013

Vietnam rejects automobile manufacturers' claims for car tax & fee reductions

Despite a series of policies laid down recently to help ease difficulties, automobile joint ventures still demanded sharper tax and fee reductions. In reply, the Ministry of Finance said they should not expect to see all the claims to be satisfied.

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dimanche 20 janvier 2013

Auto imports reach record low in 2012

The number of fully-assembled automobiles that were imported in 2012 was just 27,427, worth USD616.7 million, representing a decrease of 50% in volume and 40% in value compared to 2011, Vietnam Customs reported.

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samedi 5 janvier 2013

Vietnam to fine vehicle owners evading new road fee

Those vehicle owners who fail to pay the new road-use fee before June 30 will be fined VND3-6 million (US$143-286), an official with the Transport Ministry told Tien Phong newspaper on Friday.

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vendredi 21 décembre 2012

Ministry mulls new rules for foreign visitors’ vehicles

HCMC – It will be easier for foreign people to travel to Vietnam by up-to-nine-seat cars and motorbikes if a draft decree on managing foreign visitors’ vehicles of the Ministry of Transport is approved by the Government.

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jeudi 13 décembre 2012

Autos, bikes suffer poor sales amid peak season

Motorbike and automobile vendors are experiencing poor sales although the last month of the year is traditionally a season of high demand.

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samedi 20 octobre 2012

Car sales on a slide in Vietnam

Auto sales in Vietnam continued its slide in September with a 36 percent year-on-year slump to about 7,700 units, according to official data recently released by the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association (VAMA).

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jeudi 11 octobre 2012

Auto market far from recovery

HCMC – With a series of promotion programs launched by automakers in an effort to woo customers, last month’s sales of the local auto market barely inched up month-on-month but in general, and the market has yet to show signs of recovery as expected.

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mercredi 5 septembre 2012

Motorbike, auto fees proposal faces opposition

The Vietnam Automobile Transportation Association has shown their opposition to the Ministry of Transport’s proposal on raising certain types of taxes on motorbike and autos.

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jeudi 29 mars 2012

Automaker association calls for delaying traffic fees

The Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA) has called on the government's administrative agencies to stop implementing the suggestions related to traffic fees that were recently proposed by the Ministry of Transport.

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mardi 20 mars 2012

Auto makers offer promotions to boost sales

As demand is low, auto makers are racing each other to attract buyers with many promotion programmes.

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samedi 21 janvier 2012

Automakers anticipate further sales decline

Many auto firms are worried the auto sales decline that began in 2011 will continue and even worsen this year.

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jeudi 12 janvier 2012

Vietnam auto sales may drop 20pct this year, says TMV

The auto sales volume of the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA)'s members would decline by 20 percent this year, given the new policy and other economic difficulties, said the top automaker on the market.

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samedi 31 décembre 2011

Hanoi hikes vehicle registration fees by 10 times

The Hanoi authorities have officially hiked the license plate registration fees for cars and motorbikes by 10 times in a bid to reduce traffic congestion in the capital.

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jeudi 29 décembre 2011

Vietnam minister suggests car owners spare roadway

Vietnam's transport minister has asked the Ministry of Public Security to adjust several by-law documents to force future car owners to prove they have a proper place to park.

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vendredi 11 novembre 2011

Automakers compete in small-car segment

Automakers in the country are competing harshly with each other on the small-car market as this segment is contributing a large portion to their sales volumes given the rising trend in compact vehicle consumption in big cities.

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mardi 4 octobre 2011

Vietnamese businesses run a race for the right to distribute super-cars

Vietnamese car trade companies are running a race to become the official Vietnamese distributors of some famous car brands which still do not have showrooms in Vietnam.

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mercredi 3 août 2011

Ministry mulls slapping car users two new fees

The Ministry of Transport is seeking government approval to charge car owners four different types of fees including two new ones: fee to use roads and surcharge fee on fuel.

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lundi 5 avril 2010

Nissan sells locally-assembled cars in Vietnam

HANOI — Japanese automaker Nissan says it is aiming for a greater share of Vietnam's recovering automotive market when it begins to sell locally-assembled vehicles on Tuesday.

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