Europe’s vehicle sales slipped 0.8% in December after five consecutive months of increases, compared with prior-year, but results for full-2011 ended at 19.2 million units, 4.4% ahead of 2010’s 18.4 million. For the 24 countries in the region tracked by WardsAuto, 20 of them within the European Union, 2011 saw the highest calendar-year result since 20.5 million units in 2008. Despite this, there was underlying weakness in the member states grappling with sovereign debt ...

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