LONDON — Automakers in the U.K. say they won't bow to pressure to lower new vehicle prices, despite a sales decline. Nonetheless, an independent survey says new car prices fell 1.9% during November and are expected to continue falling. Most cars sold in the U.K. are imported. Consumer advocates say U.K. car buyers are paying more for most cars than are customers on the continent and have called for price cuts. Media attention has pushed some buyers to wait for price reductions they think ...

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