PARIS – New-car registrations in France rose 13% in January, as cars ordered last year when government bonuses were at their highest now are being delivered. French auto makers led the growth, with PSA Peugeot Citroen sales climbing 14.3% and the combined Renault-Dacia brands jumped 55.8%. January generally is poor month for sales, so an increase in light-utility vehicle deliveries for the second straight month particularly is good news. Light utilities did not benefit from last ...
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