FRANKFURT, Jan 20 (Reuters) - More than 21,600 new Renault cars registered in Germany in 2005 were de-registered within a month, putting the French carmaker top of the list for such short-term moves, official statistics showed on Friday. That represented nearly 13 percent of all registrations for Renault, down from almost 15 percent in 2004. The overall number of short-term registrations in Germany fell to 3.9 percent from 4.0 percent, the KBA motor vehicle agency said. Two-thirds of the ...
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