PARIS – Vehicle sales in June fell 3% in France and 7% in Germany, strongly suggesting a continuation of a downturn in European auto sales for the year’s first half. June marked the fifth straight month of year-on-year sales declines in France. In Germany, the VDA industry association has reduced its expectation for the full year to 3.2 million units, down from prior-year’s 3.46 million. French consumers bought 260,303 passenger cars and light-utility vehicles in June, for a first-half ...

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