FRANKFURT, Jan 29 (Reuters) - German auto registrations have not achieved the hoped-for turnaround in January, the country's VDA auto industry association said on Thursday. "The old problems of 2003 are still the problems of 2004," VDA President Bernd Gottschalk said. "With the number of registrations in the first month of 2004, we do not yet see the major change that we want to see for this year as a whole." Earlier, it said demand would rise about three percent this year to 3.35 ...
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