PARIS – European car registrations fell for the sixth-straight month, down 9.6% in September, albeit a smaller drop than in July and August, which could be a sign of a slow return to normal. However, the decline continues to drag on the year-to-date total, now down 4.3% compared with like-2009, and is expected to persist as 2010 plays against last year’s scrappage incentives that carried over into the first quarter. The five major markets to suffer losses in September were Germany ...
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