Sale of used vehicles in El Salvador drops

The drop in growth is at around 25% so far in 2008 in comparison to sales from last year.

Monday, December 22, 2008

In order to deal with the crisis, the members of the Salvadoran Used Vehicles Importers' Association is planning and working and new group sales policies.

"We do not see another formula that we can use to deal with the crisis other than to join forces and seek new markets (before taxes) for imported vehicles in other countries, especially Honduras and Nicaragua," said the president of the Association, Alejandro Mohor.

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