U.K. car production in February slipped 0.7% year-on-year to 137,458 units as European demand continued to shrink but domestic orders jumped. The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders says this left car output stable for the month and strong investment intentions suggest production will rise over the full year and beyond. Car production for the U.K. market gained 39.7% to 35,251 units compared with like-2012, while the export build fell 9.8% to 102,207. After the first two ...

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