Auto Rental News International’s 4th Edition Now Available

The fourth edition of Auto Rental News International is now available online.

This digital-only version features a quarterly analysis of the car rental industry in four regions across the world: Europe, Latin America, Asia/Australia, and Africa/Middle East.

The fourth edition focuses on the Africa/Middle East region. Articles highlight how the dip in oil prices has affected rental car companies in the Middle East and how African franchises in South Africa and Morocco continue to grow despite the lack of infrastructure and the threat of terrorism.

Additionally, the issue includes profile stories on a car rental company in Nigeria and a rental company in Kenya that offers safari tours.

“We created this new international edition with the understanding of the incredible growth of car rental in different parts of the world,” says Chris Brown, executive editor of Auto Rental News. “We look forward to bringing you the issues and opportunities in these new places, with the same great content as our print edition.”

The digital edition can be viewed on a tablet, smartphone, or desktop. Click here to register for a free digital subscription.

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