PARIS – New-car sales in France fell 9.0% in June, pushing the year’s first-half down 11.3% to 1.1 million units. Daily sales dipped 4.4% in the month, says Patrick Blaine, president of the French auto makers’ group CCFA, but new orders are encouraging. “In the month of June, the orders coming in seem to be stabilizing,” he says. ‘It was the same in May, so we are probably on the way to reaching the bottom." The CCFA sales outlook for the year ...

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