By Laurence Frost PARIS, June 18 (Reuters) - French new car orders declined in May after two months of relative stability, according to a dealership survey, casting further doubt on hopes for a market recovery in the second half of the year. Car orders tumbled 10 percent, after a 6 percent gain in April and a 1 percent drop in March, trade publication La Lettre VN reported on Monday, based on its monthly poll of 34 auto distribution groups. Delivery truck orders fell an estimated ...
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