Jaguar 1H Middle East results increase 23 percent
The UK’s Jaguar has reported that sales in the Middle East and North Africa for the first six months in 2003 have grown 23 percent. The fastest growing markets in the region were the United Arab Emirates (UAE) with a 51 percent growth followed closely by Egypt with 50 percent and then Kuwait with 42 percent.
The Jaguar range consists of four models: Jaguar X-Type, S-Type, XK coupe and the new XJ flagship. In 2002, Jaguar’s strongest Middle East markets were Kuwait, the UAE and Lebanon in particular and growth in excess of 30 percent was recorded in all other markets in the region during the year. — (menareport.com)
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