PARIS – After a small positive bump in July, registrations of new cars in France fell 10.9% in August, slightly more than the year-to-date figure of 9.9%. Nonetheless, the CCFA industry association continues to believe the year will end 8% below 2012, based on the current pace of orders. The August total of 85,585 units would have been worse without almost 17,000 registrations made in the final two days, a sign that some auto makers may have been forcing their numbers ...

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