FRANKFURT — New vehicle registrations in Germany — Europe’s largest auto market — declined by 2% to 264,000 units in September, according to Germany’s auto industry association VDA. Even so, the group says German consumers seemed to be less skittish after the terrorist attacks on the U.S. than those in other regions of Western Europe. "Car customers in Germany reacted in a level-headed way to the events in the U.S.," the association says, adding consumers seemed to be taken aback by the ...
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