PARIS – The light-vehicle market in France fell another 15.4% in March, slightly accelerating its first-quarter downward trend, and the French auto makers remain largely responsible. Peugeot slid 16.2%, Citroen tumbled 26.3% and Renault was down 14.9%, although sales of its entry-level Dacia brand saw a 26.3% gain on year-ago. Ford and General Motors continued to lose market share, with Ford deliveries falling 23.4% and GM plunging 32.5%. Hyundai-Kia was the only group to ...
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