TURIN – Italian new-car registrations fell 27% in the year's first half, in sharp contrast with June's new-car registrations, which jumped 18% to 233,901 units. June's surge resulted from missed deliveries in May due to a strike by vehicle transporters, which cut the supply of new cars to dealers. Alfa Romeo brand sales fell 20.9%. Italians in the first six months cut their new-car purchases by more than 68,000 units, or 5.37% of the total market. Import market share in the period ...
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