(Adds analyst comments, background) By Christiaan Hetzner FRANKFURT, July 6 (Reuters) - German auto industry association VDA cut its forecast for 2004 sales on Tuesday after new car registrations in Europe's biggest economy fell an adjusted six percent in June to an estimated 310,000 vehicles. Including two additional working days in June, however, VDA said registrations rose four percent from the year-ago month. A spokesman said VDA had revised lower its guidance for 2004 German new ...
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