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Volvo trucks hit by surprise sales decline


Swedish heavy trucks producer Volvo AB, the second largest globally, has posted a surprise dip in truck deliveries last month, as the maker was impacted by an economy slowdown in the European, South American and Asian regions. Although a Reuters poll of analysts predicted an average rise in shipments of 4%, Volvo managed to negatively offset the forecasts, as sales of ...
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UK: July exports rise to new record
Thanks to the introduction of new models and demand for high-end vehicles, production levels in Britain in July rose almost 3%, leading to the best ever July in terms of ...
GM and Ford love China
The world’s largest auto market has done marvels for the first and second biggest US automakers, both enjoying incredible sales figures as they expand their presence locally with new plants ...
VW brand sees rising sales in July
The namesake Volkswagen passenger car brand enjoyed a rather modest growth last month, of 4%, as advances in the core region and China only slightly offset declines in other parts ...
Russia: July sales dip 23%
The country’s dwindling sales plummeted last month after going down 17% in June. The deliveries slump shows the customer base goes increasingly weary of the outcome of the Ukraine crisis. The ...
Audi sales climb almost 10% in July
Audi AG, the premium unit of the Volkswagen Group and the second-largest luxury automaker in the world reported its sales last month rose 9.7% to 144,000 vehicles. The automaker’s deliveries after ...
Mercedes sales hit record in July
Mercedes-Benz, the car unit of Daimler and the third largest premium automaker in the world, reported its best monthly sales to date in July, with deliveries rising 11% to 130,003 ...
The recovery in Western Europe is gaining momentum
According to industry figures gathered by LMC Automotive, the auto sales recovery in the Western European region has reached 5% last month, fueling expectations for a more sustainable market come-back. After ...
Winners and losers in July car sales
The top-selling car of 2014 to date is Toyota Corolla, July being its fifth consecutive month at the top of monthly charts sales. It managed to defeat Mazda 3 with ...
German car sales back on track in July
Car sales in Germany recovered this July with the second-highest monthly gain in 2014, suggesting a further increase in demand for the following six months in Europe’s biggest auto market. Registrations ...

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