Bank: Global sales to increase this year TORONTO — Automobile sales outside the U.S. are expected to increase in 2000, according to a report by Scotiabank. Buoyed by a stronger economy, the report claims Asia and Europe will lead the booming global car market this year with sales of 10.5 million units and 15.4 million units, respectively. Canadian sales also are forecast to increase to a record 1.52 million units. U.S. sales are expected to fall to 15.9 million units, down from last year's ...
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