[BANGKOK] Domestic car sales in Thailand dropped in September for a fourth straight month, down 14.1 per cent from a year earlier to 76,195 units, the Federation of Thai Industries said on Friday...

CHINESE car sales fell in September for the 15th month in 16, extending their worst slump in a generation despite government efforts to support the world's largest car market.

SALES of Japanese-branded cars in South Korea slumped in July amid a worsening diplomatic row between the two countries that has led to consumer boycotts and efforts by Seoul to cut the economy's...

[SEOUL] Japanese automakers saw their combined South Korean vehicle sales slump in July, data showed on Monday, after Japan's export curbs to Korea sparked a consumer backlash.

[BEIJING] Automobile sales will be about around 28.1 million units this year, unchanged from 2018, the official Xinhua News Agency reports, citing a report released by the China Association of...

[BEIJING] China's car sales plunged for an 11th month, with little relief in sight for automakers as trade tensions, a slowing economy and consumption trends keep weighing on vehicle demand.

[LONDON] The world's biggest steelmakers are bracing for tough year as trade disputes and weakening automotive demand cast a chill over the sector.

[BANGKOK] Thai domestic car sales rose 8.5 per cent in March from a year earlier to 103,164 units after increasing 9.1 per cent in February, the Federation of Thai Industries said on Tuesday.

CHINA'S car sales fell for the ninth consecutive month in February, pulling carmakers deeper into a slump that's threatening their long-term growth plans in the world's largest...

[FRANKFURT] New car sales in Germany, Europe's largest auto market, rose 3 per cent year on year in February, rebounding from a decline in January.