Car prices in the U.K. are higher than the rest of the European Union countries, the European Commission says. The findings are part of a report by the Office of Fair Trading (OFT), which says while U.K. car prices have fallen by 10% since March 1999, there remains a significant price gap compared with other EU countries. The U.K. vehicle price decline has been negated by exchange rate movements, the report says, and the findings are adding fuel to the debate over whether EU car-sale rules ...
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