Articles about Chamber Of Automotive Manufacturers In The Philippines Inc

Gunning for its 10th consecutive Triple Crown
What's next for her then?
Former Universal Motors Corporation's (UMC) chief operating officer and ex- Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers in the Philippines (CAMPI) president Elizabeth Lee is not the next Bureau of Customs commissioner after all. President Benigno Aquino III has reportedly said he has yet
Passenger cars lead growth
Passenger cars led the sales growth from January to March, data from the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers in the Philippines (CAMPI) showed.Overall sales in the first quarter reached 36,293 units, up 8.2 percent from the same period in 2010.
Still optimistic
Sales continued to be brisk for the Philippine car industry due to various promos and the availability of more vehicle units in the market.Data from the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers in the Philippines (CAMPI), the largest car industry group in the
Industry breaches initial sales target for 2010
The Philippine automotive industry remains on the growth path with car sales rising 33 percent since the start of the year."Sales continue to be sustained although October did show a slight drop of less than one percent," said Elizabeth Lee, president
How does a 25% growth sound?
The Philippine car industry is on a roll and the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers in the Philippines, Inc. (CAMPI) has upgraded its sales forecast for a second time this year on the back of improved consumer and business confidence.Latest data from
Speech makes local industry 'hopeful'
The Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers in the Philippines, Inc. (CAMPI) signified its "renewed and stronger hope in a brighter future for the auto industry" following President Benigno Aquino III's State of the Nation Address on July 26."He is a catalyst
Here's another show you can't miss<br />
Those who lamented the minor presence--or absence--of the country's major manufacturers and distributors at the Manila International Auto Show are in for a treat as the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines, Inc. (CAMPI) has confirmed the
Industry group to revise car sales forecast for 2010<br />
Philippine car sales surged more than 30 percent for the third month as Filipinos continued to buy dual-purpose rides like pickup trucks, and sport-utility and Asian utility vehicles.Data from the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers in the Philippines, Inc. (CAMPI)
  • TGP Rating:
    /20

    Starts at ₱

    TGP Rating:
    /20
    Starts at ₱