PARIS – Car dealers in Europe suffered their worst January since 1990 when the ACEA auto makers’ group was formed, with sales down 8.7% to 885,159 units. The only major market that grew was the U.K., up 11.5% and again the second-largest market, moving ahead of France. Spain, traditionally one of the five largest European markets, dropped to sixth place, passed by Belgium. Southern European countries again were hit hardest by the European recession. Vehicle deliveries in ...
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