Sept 25 (Reuters) - Autologic Holdings Plc on Thursday said it expects new car registrations to fall at a greater rate in the second half than in the first half as it reported a 78.1 percent fall in its first-half pretax profit. New car registrations in Britain, which are a key indicator for business for the vehicle services company, fell 18.6 percent on the year in August, the worst August showing since 1966. Autologic, which provides logistics services to the majority of vehicle ...
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