New car sales jump 23 pct in 2016

A total of 44,106 new passenger vehicles were sold in Croatia in 2016, up 23.4% on the year, and December recorded a 65% year-on-year jump in sales, with 3,475 new vehicles sold, the Promocija Plus market research agency said on Thursday.

AD Plastik sells 40 pct stake in Faurecia ADP Holding

AD Plastik, Croatia's largest manufacturer of plastic components for the automotive industry, said on Monday that it sold to France's Faurecia Automotive Holding a 40% stake in the Faurecia ADP Holding company, which is the 100% owner of the OOO Faurecia ADP company in Luga, Russia.

EU car market recovers, Croatia reports two-digit growth

In November 2016, the EU passenger car market managed to rebound following the slowdown observed in October, and Croatia registered a two-digit growth, the European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) said on Thursday.

New car sales in Croatia in June up 32% y-o-y

In Croatia, 6,244 new cars were sold in June 2016, an increase of 32.1% over June 2015, while in the first half of the year 26,387 vehicles were sold, or 22.3% more than in the same period of last year, according to figures provided by the Promocija Plus market research agency.

New car sales jump 22 pct in May

In May 2016, 6,090 new passengers were sold, up 21.8 percent on the year, while over the first five months of 2016, 20,143 cars were sold, up 19.5% on the year, the Promocija Plus market research agency has said.  

China's exports to Europe rise, sales to US drop

China's exports to the European Union, its largest trade partner, rose 1.3 per cent year-on-year during the first four months of 2016, customs data showed Sunday. 

Passenger car sales in Feb up 16%

The sale of new cars in Croatia in February 2016 increased 16.6% from the same month of 2015, to 2,583 cars, and the most popular vehicles were those manufactured by Volkswagen, the market research agency Promocija Plus has said.

Koncar concern expects 15% sales rise in 2015

The group's investments in 2015 total 124 million kuna (60% of which are the group's own funds), with 40% of that amount having been invested in development.