BRUSSELS, July 29 (Reuters) - The first report comparing car prices across the European Union since 10 new nations joined in May shows prices in the new states are on average cheaper than in other EU countries, the European Commission said on Thursday. The report, prepared by the bloc's executive Commission, is prepared twice a year. However, luxury cars and sports utility vehicles are more expensive in the new member states. For example, the Audi TTR is more expensive in Poland than in ...
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