PARIS, July 1 (Reuters) - French and Spanish car sales rose in June, according to industry data published on Tuesday, helped by extra incentives and new models as Europe's vehicle sector recovery picks up steadily. French registrations were up 3.2 percent last month, bringing first half gains to 2.9 percent, the Paris-based CCFA carmakers' association said, raising its full-year growth forecast to 2 percent from expectations for no change. "Taking account of the current economic ...
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