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Turkey's car and light commercial vehicle sales in 2018 fell 35 percent year-on-year, according to the Automotive Distributors' Association (ODD).
A total of 66,578 first- and second-hand vehicles were registered in November 2018, the country's statistics authority revealed on Jan. 4.
Turkey saw over a half-million car and light commercial vehicle sales this January to November, the Automotive Distributors' Association (ODD) said on Dec. 4.
€ 10 million will be invested in Bulgaria by the Chinese electric car maker Cenntro Automotive Corporation and Luxembourg-based SEVIC eMobility, SEVIC Director of Business Development Emil Yankov told SeeNews. The companies will build a plant for the production of electric cars in Trakia Economic Zone near Plovdiv. It is planned to employ between 250 and 300 employees to work there.
German authorities are giving automaker Daimler until mid-June to submit a plan for how it will fix diesel-powered vans that don't meet emissions requirements.
The way you buy and consume technology is changing, and it's evolving at a more accelerated rate than ever before. These advancements are having a tremendous effect on the transport industry as electric and semi-autonomous vehicles are being introduced and different methods of transport are being developed.