Latest in Tag: Ghabbour Highlight
Latest in Tag: Ghabbour
A quiet state of calm prevailed over most car prices in March. The price moves were limited to a few models of Chevrolet, Hyundai, and Mitsubishi, ranging between a EGP 500 increase for the Verna to EGP 20,000 for the Lancer. Chevrolet, Renault, Ford, Toyota, Chery, Hyundai, and BMW had already moved their prices in …
The prices of cars have witnessed aggressive changes since the liberalisation of the exchange rate starting in November 2016. Daily News Egypt detected the changes to car prices in the Egyptian market from before the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) made the decision to float the Egyptian pound last year up until November 2017. The …
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The company announced in 2013 that it would enter the Algerian market by signing an alliance with the Algerian group, Rahmouni. At the time, GB Auto said it targets a market share of 4-5%
It plans to begin construction of its new factory in March or April
GB Auto’s new investments are suspended due to the dollar shortage, CEO of GB Auto Raouf Ghabbour said Tuesday at the Egypt Automotive summit. He told Daily News Egypt they have been communicating with Indian Bajaj Auto, the technical partner for the group in the motorcycle factory, regarding the local component ratio. Those plans however …
Dollar shortage, free trade agreements are main challenges for local automotive industries, says GB Auto CEO
Ghabour said the Ministry of Trade and Industry had overseen the writing of the strategy, which has been submitted to the cabinet for examination.
The date of opening the door to run for the new elections of the EAMA has not yet been decided.
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Ghabbour (GB) Auto’s profits in the first half of 2012 grew by 31.6 percent compared to the same period in 2011, reaching EGP 76.5 million. Revenues rose 23.3 percent to EGP 3.8902 billion. The company’s revenues in the second quarter reached EGP 2.1778 billion, a growth of 17.2 percent from the same quarter in 2011. …