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Imported car sales up 6.2 % in Oct., Japanese brands suffer extended slump

Imported car sales up 6.2 % in Oct., Japanese brands suffer extended slump


amid the ongoing anti-japanese sentiment
here in south korea japanese car sales here has been dropping for four months
other imported cars on the other hand the sales of those went up this year as
well as Honda’s newly launched a grander model breaking records in the number of
pre purchases on its first day our jung-in reports it’s been four months since Enola Japan
boycott movement sparked in Korea prompting Japanese brands to encourage
huge losses in particular Japanese carmakers have lost a significant share
in Korea’s market paving the way for other foreign brands while the total
number of imported car sales in the country rose 6.2 percent on-year last
month sales of Japanese vehicles plunged 58 percent to roughly nineteen hundred
vehicles from 4700 during the same period the Korea’s automobile importers
and distributors Association with its recent data confirmed that the number of
Japanese cars has been plummeting continuously since Koreans started
boycotting in July setting the total number of purchases so this year far
three 13.1% fall on year in contrast German car makers mercedes-benz sold the
most number of imported cars in Korea with more than 8,000 models this month
alone a 26 percent increase on a year Korea’s own automakers have also felt
the aftermath of the boycott Hyundai Motors for instance set a new record of
Monday with the release of the new grandeur which has now set the record of
being the most sold car on a single day choi dong-hoon
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2 thoughts on “Imported car sales up 6.2 % in Oct., Japanese brands suffer extended slump

  1. Yes, South Korea. Keep boycotting Japan. Boycott hydrogen fluoride, boycott the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. When South Korea hosts a sporting event, grudges remain. When Japan hosts a sporting event, respects remain. https://www.japantimes.co.jp/sports/2019/09/25/rugby/bowing-fans-becomes-new-trend-teams-rugby-world-cup/#.XcGU1MpcWhA

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