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FCAI sticks by car sales reporting regime
Reporting of new-car sales before or after monthly deadlines needs perspective: FCAI
9 Sep 2016
By TERRY MARTIN
- Car companies and dealerships deliberately adjusting sales figures of new vehicles before or after monthly deadlines should be put into perspective and has no “substantial impact” on the motor industry’s contribution to the economy, according to Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI) chief executive Tony Weber.
- Speaking to GoAuto on the sidelines of the Australian Automotive Dealer Association’s annual convention in Melbourne this week, Mr Weber said the FCAI – which is responsible for reporting the number of new vehicle registrations by dealers and direct sales by manufacturers throughout Australia – was aware of pre- and post-reporting of vehicles at the end of critical periods.
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