BRUSSELS, June 25 (Reuters) - Belgian car retailer D'Ieteren said on Wednesday its auto retail unit recorded a 16 percent decline in new vehicle volume and a four percent fall in revenues in the first half amid a difficult car market. D'Ieteren, a majority shareholder in car rental firm Avis , also reiterated its full-year forecast of lower results for this year.
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