PARIS – Two months into the new year, European vehicle sales appear to have begun a true recovery, or at least are at the end of decline. Sales in most countries now are being compared against more or less normal months year-ago, and all but five of the 27 European Union markets saw deliveries climb in February. The month’s 981,429 registrations represent a 0.9% uptick from year-ago. Two-month sales in the EU were down 0.3% from like-2010. Last month marked the second in a row of ...
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