HANOVER, Germany, June 15 (Reuters) - Car sales in western Europe rose for the fourth straight month in May despite fewer shopping days and flagging consumer spending in patches of the continent. A strong showing in Italy -- which overtook Britain last month as Europe's second-biggest market -- helped new car registrations advance 1.2 percent to 1.24 million units, Brussels-based car maker association ACEA said on Tuesday. "This marginal increase is partly due to fewer working days in ...
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