EU car registrations fall sharply

ERJ staff report (DS)

Brussels — car registrations in the EU have fallen sharply, according to data from ACEA, the European federation of car makers. New car registrations have now decreased for six consecutive months, most notably since the summer.

Demand for new passenger cars in Europe fell by 14.5 percent in October, compared with the same month a year ago. This follows declines of 8.2 percent, and 15.7 percent in September and August respectively. Altogether, demand has fallen by 5.4 percent in the first nine months…

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