BERLIN, June 15 (Reuters) - The head of Germany's auto industry association (VDA) said on Tuesday that the progress of car sales in June gave no cause for pessimism and it was too early to identify a clear trend. "June has not demonstrated any features that would cause me to be extremely pessimistic but there's no obvious trend that could lead me to make a clear statement about it," VDA President Bernd Gottschalk told Reuters at a conference in Berlin. "I still reckon on an acceleration ...
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