September Slip Points to Annual New-Car Sales Decline in U.K.


(Adds details, quotes, background, figures) By Costas Pitas LONDON, Oct 5 (Reuters) - British new car registrations on Thursday appeared on course for their first annual fall since 2011 after a 9.3 percent tumble in September, a month which normally accounts for around 15 percent of demand. Sales were hurt by business and political uncertainty as Britain prepares to leave the EU and confusion over government plans on diesel and petrol cars, which could include new levies or restrictions, ...


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