According to the report, the year 2017 saw a rise in import expenditure despite a fall in import volume by 11 percent with yearly new registrations also declining by 9 percent.
The report prepared by the Economic Intelligence Unit of the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce provides a detailed statistical analysis and industry overview of Sri Lanka’s Motor Vehicle Market.
It features the latest information on registration; vehicle population; imports of vehicles by vehicle category, top brands imported under each vehicle category and overview on the global motor vehicle market and global electric vehicle market.
To purchase a copy of the report, contact Research Analyst, Economic Intelligence Unit of the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce.
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