PARIS – The European Union ended 2010 with 13,360,599 new passenger cars registered, down 5.5% compared with prior-year, and most industry observers predict similar results for 2011. Jean-Marc Gales, in charge of PSA Peugeot Citroen brands, and Jerome Stoll, who oversees sales at Renault SA, both expect stability in the EU region this year and growth in the emerging markets. December marked the ninth-straight month of sales decline for the EU, but it was the smallest of the year at ...
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