Amid continuing economic uncertainty, U.K. new-car sales slipped 3.55% in July to 131,634 units, but despite the 13th successive monthly decline, the industry says it is still on track to meet its full-year forecast of 1.93 million units. Passenger-car sales over the first seven months were down 6.7% to 1,161,272 units. Fleet purchases supported the market, up 2.1% in July to 75,505 units and 3.3% to 613,320 year-to-date. Private new-car sales declined 9.2% to 50,574 units in July and ...

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