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  • Vehicles sales up 38% in Ciudad Juarez

    Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua.- Cars sales in Ciudad Juarez went up 28% last April, according to data from the Automobiles Dealerships Association, Union de Concesionarios de Autos Nuevos Asociacion Civil. The report prepared by the Association shows that in April 2011 dealerships located in Juarez sold 301 units, while in even month this year 416 new vehicles were sold. Accrued figures from January to April posted 40.8% year-to-year growth, for sales went from 1,357 automobiles to 1,911, the Dealerships Association declared. The increase in automobiles sales in Juarez outdoes by far national figures; year-to-year accrued figures for all of Mexico only went up 9.8%. Vehicles dealers said that the rebound in sales is due to several factors, among which an improvement in confidence on the city’s economy stands out.
    Source: El Diario | Date: 09/05/2012