Low-volume Jaguar had Europe’s top April percentage gain.
PARIS – European car registrations fell 6.9% in April, slowing the region’s year-to-date decline to 7.5%. Two of the five major markets, Germany and the U.K., continued their slight growth at 2.9% and 3.3%, respectively. France came close to break-even for the first time this year, with deliveries slipping 1.9%. Sales worsened markedly in Spain, down 21.7%, and continued skidding in Italy, down 18.0%. European economies continue to struggle with no end in sight. Fiscal ...
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