Mexico Auto Sales May Rise to 890,000 Units This Year, Amda Says
Mexico domestic sales of cars and light trucks may rise to 890,000 units this year, said Guillermo Prieto, president of the nation’s dealership association known as AMDA.
Domestic sales will increase as private consumption is showing more dynamism, Prieto told reporters at an event in Mexico City. The association forecast Aug. 17 that domestic sales will rise 6.2 percent to 871,490 units for this year.
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