LONDON — Eastern and Central Europe will continue to see increasing vehicle sales and production as the region moves toward continued economic and political stability. Passenger car sales in the region will increase more than 50% by 2005, says a report by the Economist Intelligence Unit. Sales totaled 1.9 million in 1999 and are forecasted to reach 2.9 million by 2005, with customers in Poland and Russia buying 60% of the cars in the region. Truck sales also will see impressive increases ...
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