U.K. car output fell for a second month, dropping 2.7% in February to 133,730 units and leaving year-to-date production down 1.4% to 262,645. But Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders CEO Mike Hawes says car manufacturing in the region has been broadly stable over the first two months, dipping only marginally due to forecast product-cycle changes. Output for the home car market fell 20.8% in February to 27,913 units, offsetting a 3.5% rise in exports to 105,817. The latest result left ...
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