ISTANBUL – Turkey's automotive market grew strongly in 2013, driven by solid economic growth and a government incentive scheme designed to boost investments in the sector. However, high taxes are limiting growth and imports still dominate the market. According to data from OSD, the Turkish automotive manufacturers group, light-vehicle sales in 2013 grew 9.7% to 853,378, compared with 777,761 in 2012. Car deliveries jumped 19.5% to 664,655, although the light-commercial-vehicle ...

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