PARIS – Sales of light, medium and heavy trucks are booming in Europe compared with last year, but “we still have a long way to go” to catch up to pre-crisis sales levels, says the statistician for the ACEA, the European vehicle manufacturers’ organization. Sales of light-commercial vehicles – vans up to 3.5 tons that are made by nearly all the auto makers in Europe – were up 21.5% in May to 146,350 units. However, notes Quynh-Nhu Huynh, manager of economics and communications for the ...

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