PARIS – European car registrations increased 5.5% across the board in January, with all five major markets showing growth. The region’s five biggest markets were up 5.3%, according to figures from the ACEA, the European automakers’ association. Germany, the U.K. and Spain all saw sales grow by more than 7%, with Italy (+3.2%) and France (+0.5%) positive as well. Registration in the 22 smaller European countries, which comprise 30% of the market, rose 5.9%. The substantial ...

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