PARIS – European car registrations dipped 4.1% in April to 1,089,118 as the market changed direction in many countries. Belgium, Denmark, Czech Republic, Slovenia and France all saw negative results last month, although they remained slightly positive for the year. Of the dozen countries with sales gains, only the Netherlands grew more in April than in the first four months combined. Among the five major markets, only the largest, Germany, saw growth, up 2.6%. However, that was not ...
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