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The EU new-car market showed no signs of bottoming out in May as registrations dropped 5.9% to...

The EU new-car market showed no signs of bottoming out in May as registrations dropped 5.9% to 1.04M units, the lowest level for the month since 1993. The fall followed a 1.7% gain in April. In January-May, registrations slid 6.8% to 5.07M vehicles. GM (GM) was among those to suffer the most in May with an 11.3% decline. Toyota registrations dropped 4.9% but those of Ford fell just 0.3%. (PR)
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    This confirms that Ford is paring their losses in Europe and is on the upswing .................
    18 Jun 2013, 06:04 AM Reply Like
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