Total U.K. car builds, including exports, climbed 16.6% in April to 110,033 units without reflecting any recovery in demand from continental Europe. The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders says the home market and economies outside of Europe accounted for the production increase. “Weak European demand remains a concern,” the group says in a statement. Output in the first four months rose 1.5% to 503,449 units. SMMT interim CEO Mike Baunton says U.K. car production ...
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