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Commercial Vehicle Registrations in the EU Down 7.4% in May


Demand for new commercial vehicles in the EU dropped 7.4% in May to 135,587 new vehicles, and 7.5% over the first five months, to 681,337 units. In May, Spain remained stable with sales up 0.4%, the UK dropped 4%, Germany fell 9.6%, France dropped 11.2% and Italy decreased 16.2%. During the first five months, commercial vehicles registrations in the UK increased ...
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