BERLIN, Nov 23 (Reuters) - German carmakers association VDA still expects 3.2 million car registrations in 2004 despite higher fuel prices and sluggish demand in Europe's biggest economy, VDA President Bernd Gottschalk said on Tuesday. "One can assume around 3.2 million new car registrations," he told Reuters, but he declined to make a forecast for 2005. Orders in the past two months had been encouraging, Gottschalk said. "But we still have the view that consumer uncertainty is very ...
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