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European Auto Market Slightly Improves, Discounts Still Persist


After an increase of 7% in new car sales in Western Europe during the first quarter, some market watchers have increased their full-year forecast, while others are still cautious. Although recovery is expected inEurope, economic risks are still possible and the car discounting continues. During the 6-year European slump, mass-market automakers such as Ford, Opel, PSA Peugeot Citroen and Fiat have ...
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