PARIS – Passenger-vehicle sales in the European Union rose for the sixth straight month in February, up 8.0% from like-2013. While nobody has yet raised their forecasts for the year, the 6.6% growth after two months is well ahead of the general expectation of a 2% gain for 2014. And for the six months since September, when sales started picking up, the market is running 6.1% ahead of year-ago. The 335,000-unit improvement over the six months is the equivalent of putting several ...

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