After watching the U.K.’s overall vehicle production plummet through the year’s first 10 months, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders predicts the country will see another tough year in 2010. Although the decline in car output slowed somewhat in October, commercial-vehicles continued their sharp fall. The SMMT says 106,400 cars were built in the U.K. last month, down 6.7% from like-2008, for the smallest monthly decline this year. But commercial-vehicle output dropped 39.5% to ...
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