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UK: analysts warn of stalled sales in the future


The automotive industry in Great Britain is in great shape. The sales and production output have returned to levels only seen before the 2008-2009 crisis and the shabby recovery of the European region is nowhere in sight. But industry experts and analysts warn the growth might not be sustainable – the UK market could soon reach saturation levels, while sales were ...
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