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    UPDATE 3-European car sales lacklustre in May  

    * German car sales rise in May * German sales flattered by extra sales days, incentives * Italy car registrations fall 3.8 pct * Spain sales helped by govt subsidy scheme (Recasts lead, adds Italy sales) By Edward Taylor and Stephen Jewkes FRANKFURT/MILAN, June 3 (Reuters) - New car registrations across Europe were generally lacklustre in May after a rebound in the first few months of the year, although sales in Germany and Spain were higher due to incentives and subsidies....More
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    European Automakers Eke Out Third Straight Monthly Sales Gain  

    November's 0.9% uptick trimmed the region's year-to-date sales drop to 2.8% and raised hopes that 2014 would mark the end of six straight years of decline....More
  • Newswire

    French Car Dealers Say Orders Rebound in October  

    A monthly survey of more than 30 retail groups indicates new models from PSA Peugeot Citroen nudged new-car orders up some 3.5%....More
  • Newswire

    Demand for New Mercedes S-Class Off to Fast Start  

    Less than three months after its launch, the 30,000-plus orders received for the top-of-the-line Mercedes are on track to far outpace the more than 65,000 sales in full-year 2012....More
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