FRANKFURT, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Germany's automotive importer association VDIK expects new car registrations in Europe's largest auto market to drop about 2 percent in February to 220,000 vehicles, its president said on Tuesday evening. Despite a weak start to the year when registrations fell 3.7 percent in January to a record low for the month, VDIK chief Volker Lange reaffirmed his forecast of a stagnant domestic car market for 2005 at 3.27 million vehicles sold. "If the economy ...
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