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As Astara marked its second year of operations in the Philippines, it added GAC Motor to its automotive distributorship portfolio, joining French brand Peugeot. “The partnership with GAC Motor positions Astara Philippines as a key player in the local automotive sector with two global auto brands under its belt,” said Astara Philippines in a release. In photo are Astara Philippines Managing Director Raoul Picello (standing, fourth from left) and Chief Financial Officer Adolfo Careaga (standing, third from left), with representatives from the brand’s seven dealer partners. In a contract-signing ceremony, the parties reaffirmed a commitment “to provide top-notch vehicles and services” to all customers. “We are truly honored to continue GAC Motor’s journey as their new partner in the Philippines. With Astara’s global strength and track record in car distribution and mobility services, we are confident that we can take GAC Motor to greater heights as we have done in Latin America,” said Mr. Picello. “The Philippine market is an important one with great potential. At present, a lot of Chinese brands have achieved annual sales of more than 10,000 vehicles. It is believed that with the full cooperation of GAC and Astara, GAC Motor’s market share in the Philippines will increase rapidly, becoming the travel choice of more and more Filipino consumers and bringing the high-quality and high-tech driving experience to more Filipino families,” joined GAC Motor General Manager Zeng Hebin.

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