ZNA and Dongfeng motor companies to penetrate Myanmar market

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Yaung Ni Oo Services Company has held a ceremony to mark distribution of commercial, passenger and ferry vehicles from China based ZNA and Dongfeng motor companies on September 16.

The company has an authorized dealer status from the Chinese companies. The buyers can purchase with installment system with AGD bank only in addition to cash down system. The lowest price will be Ks 19 million and the highest is Ks 300 million and over.

The Zhenzhou Nissan Automobile co. ltd. is a second largest car manufacturer in China market and is a local partner for Nissan motor from Japan. It can manufacture about 200,000 cars per day.

United Diamond Motor has the authorized dealer status to import Nissan brand cars in July. Currently Japan based car companies Toyota, Nissan, Honda, Suzuki and Mitsubishi have opened services centers in Myanmar.

Moreover Germany based Mercedes Benz company is planning to open a car showroom in Myanmar during 2014.

Source: ELEVEN Media

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