Prices of new cars still vary by as much as 60% within the European Union in spite of the introduction of the euro as the single currency in 12 of the 15 countries, the European Commission says. The Commission's latest survey says there has been "no discernible pattern of price approximation between the cheapest and the most-expensive national markets" this year. As before, new car prices set by auto makers are highest in the U.K., Germany and Austria and lowest in Finland and Denmark. ...
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