PARIS – European sales two months into 2010 reflect the effects of the end of the scrappage subsidy in Germany and continued government incentives in France, Italy, the U.K. and Spain. German deliveries were off 19.5% compared with the two poorly performing months that started 2009. Pull-ahead orders made before the country’s scrapping incentives ended last September have left little demand at the moment in Europe’s biggest economy. Sales in Europe overall were up 3% in February, to 1.0 ...
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