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Europe: ACEA forecasts 2.1 percent climb for car sales in 2015


The European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) presented its early on full-year new car registration forecast, with the expected growth of 2.1 percent being slower than the overall pace seen last year. IHS Automotive conducted a full research report on behalf of ACEA and its findings indicate deliveries should expect growing demand in Italy and Spain, followed by Germany, Britain and then ...
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