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Europe: November sales fall in France, continue two-digit rise in Spain


Two important European auto markets saw mixed results last month, with France’s deliveries dropping 2% on sliding consumer confidence and Spain’s government subsidized sales up 17%. According to France’s CCFA industry association, the country’s registrations in November were down 2% to 135,070 units. This comes after October’s results, when sales slipped 4%. France is among the countries in Western Europe that ...
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