CCC releases statistical analysis on vehicle imports into Sri Lanka

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The Economic Intelligence Unit of the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce (CCC) has compiled a ‘Statistical Analysis’ on vehicle imports into Sri Lanka during the period of 2006 to 2014.
The  publication, which is titled ‘Vehicle Imports into Sri Lanka’, is now available for purchase and comprises of three sections, such as: ‘Overview of vehicle imports’, ‘Detailed analysis’ and ‘Tariff Structure’ on motor vehicles imported to the island during the period under review.
The overview provides an analysis of the comparative performance of vehicles imported to and registered in Sri Lanka during the year 2014 compared to the year 2013. It also provides an overview of the global auto market and the major brands playing in the local market.
The report goes on to give a breakdown of automobiles imported to the country during the period of 2006 to 2014, covering different types of vehicles such as tractors, passenger vehicles, hybrid electric motor cars, vehicles imported for transport of the goods and motorcycles among many other categories of vehicles.
To purchase this latest analysis you may call Saumya Amarasiriwardane on 011-55-888-83 or email to 

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