CCFA sees French auto market down over 10 pct in 2012-source


PARIS, Sept 27 (Reuters) - French carmakers' association CCFA will cut its forecast for the French car market, now predicting a drop of more than 10 percent in 2012, a source told Reuters on Thursday. The association had previously expected a fall of between 8 and 10 percent. French car registrations slipped 11.4 percent in August - their tenth straight monthly drop - leaving registrations for the first eight months of the year down 13.4 percent. ...

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