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    European Registrations Downshift in May  

    An industry group says May's 1.4% increase in registrations from prior-year followed an 8.1% improvement in the year's first four months....More
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    UPDATE 1-French car sales fall 4 pct in May  

    (Adds details) 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 year. 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 association....More
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    German Car Registrations Rise 6% in April  

    The VDA auto-industry association says last month's 291,400 car registrations put the industry on track to record 3.1 million registrations this year....More
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    European Automakers Say February New-Car Sales Up 7%  

    The ACEA automakers group says February's result, the 18th consecutive monthly increase, was driven by double-digit sales gains in Italy and Spain....More
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    January 7.1% Sales Gain Reflects West Europe Auto Comeback  

    Falling oil prices and rising consumer confidence, particularly in Spain and other southern markets, were key factors in January's increase....More
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    Germany's January Sales Gain Reflects European Recovery  

    Car registrations in Germany rose 2.5% year-over-year in January, while Spain, France and Italy also saw growth in the month....More
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    French cars sales turn positive as foreign brands gain ground  

    The CCFA automakers association says January's 5.9% rise in registrations ended a 3-month slide, but foreign brands including Volkswagen, Toyota and Nissan outsold PSA, up 2.6%, and Renault, down 3.3%....More
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