Vehicle sales should grow less in the second half, says Anfavea

Vehicle sales should grow less in the second half, says Anfavea

President of Anfavea justifies forecast with the fact that the 2nd semester of last year showed better results than the 1st semester of 2017

Vehicle sales grew 15.6% in the first quarterMarcelo Camargo / 06.09.2012 / ABrAntonio Megale, president of Anfavea (National Association of Automotive Vehicle Manufacturers), said on Monday (23) that the vehicle market should show lower sales growth rates in the second half compared to the rates being recorded in the first half.The reason is that the second half of last year showed better results than the first half of last year.The months already ended, from January to March, expanded 15.6% over the same period last year."These rates are unlikely to be repeated in the second half," said the executive.The forecast for the full year is up 11.7%, an estimate that is maintained by Anfavea, due to the expectation of lower rates for the remainder of the year.Megale attended an industry event in São Paulo, hosted by AutoData Publishing.Route 2030According to Megale, with the delay in defining Route 2030, the government's new policy for the auto industry, the secto...


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