The European auto market should remain in a state of decline through 2002, according to industry consulting group Autopolis. The firm says it sees European auto sales falling as much as 13%, or 1.9 million units, this year. While car sales have been fairly robust in Europe the past few years, Autopolis says the current underlying trend points to a decline in volume for the year. When a slowdown begins to take root in the region, it always impacts a select group of countries before reaching ...
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