PARIS – Vehicle sales in Europe rebounded in August but not enough to push deliveries above year-ago levels during the first eight months of 2011, and the economic trends buffeting the continent could depress the market even further. Sales fell by 2.0% in July but rose 7.7% in August, bringing the 8-month total to 8,888,793 units, 1.3% behind like-2010. Industry analysts say the sales skid will accelerate during what remains of the year. PriceWaterhouseCoopers in London predicts that ...
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