A robust first half sees U.K. car-manufacturing volume rise 3.5% to 791,314 units after June’s 3.7% increase to 136,419 was driven by a 16.5% jump in production for the home market. Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders CEO Mike Hawes says the U.K. industry benefited from a raft of new-model introductions, with more anticipated. “With several manufacturers having started assembly of new models this year and billions of pounds of investment still to reach production fruition, ...

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