PARIS, June 1 (Reuters) - New car registrations in France
fell 4 percent year-on-year in May, the first decline since
December but that was mainly due to fewer working days than last
Peugeot was hit harder than domestic rival Renault
and both underperformed foreign car makers.
When the figures are adjusted to include a comparable number
of working days as in May last year, sales rose 7.3 percent,
according to figures from the CCFA, France's auto maker