ERJ staff report (DS)
Brussels — Registrations of new passenger cars in Europe fell by 25.8% in November compared to the same month of last year, declining for the seventh month in a row, mirroring the financial and economic crises. The drastic fall in November brings to 7.1 percent, the decline in sales for the first eleven months. In units, European November registrations declined to 932,537 cars. Cumulatively from January to November, 13,788,256 new cars were registered in Europe.
Furthermore, the pace of the decline is increasing….