LONDON — A European Commission report confirms what consumer advocate groups have long been saying: car prices are higher in the U.K. The recent EC report also says vehicle prices have barely come closer together with the creation of the European Union single market and large price gaps continue to exist. Average price gaps between the least expensive and most expensive Continental markets reached 19.5% for June through November 1999, slightly below the 20.6% average price gap for ...
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