Victory Group, a wholesaler of left-hand-drive cars, is to pass on the benefits of the yen's fall to customers by reducing prices. Chairman and managing director Chan Chun-choi said sales had remained close to last year's levels - more than 8,000 vehicles - but the weak yen had lowered importation costs. 'The devaluation of the yen is a good thing. That means lower costs for us. 'We import 100 per cent of our parts from Japan. We will decrease our prices to attract more customers.' Executive director and financial controller Eddie Fok Wai-ming said gearing at the end of the year was 32 per cent and had not changed. The company is a wholesale agent for Mitsubishi, Toyota, Honda and Nissan.