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News Tag: European Automobile Manufacturers Association

October 17, 2010

European car sales fall in September

by Kay Murchie
European car sales fall in September
The European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) has revealed registrations of new cars in Europe fell in September on year. According to the ACEA, 1.26 million cars were registered, a fall of 9.2% on last year’s levels. September represents the sixth consecutive monthly fall as incentive schemes to boost the ailing car industry have expired. In the UK, new car sales fell by 8.9%, ...




June 15, 2010

European car sales fall in May

by Kay Murchie
European car sales fall in May
The European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) has today revealed registrations of new cars in Europe fell in May on year. According to ACEA, 1.12 million cars were registered, a fall of 9.3% on last year’s levels. European car sales also slumped in April, by 7.4% on year, but a decline has been expected after incentive schemes to boost the ailing car industry ...




May 17, 2010

European car sales fall in April

by Kay Murchie
European car sales fall in April
The European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) has today revealed registrations of new cars in Europe fell in April on year - the first annual fall in 10 months. According to ACEA, 1.14 million cars were registered, a fall of 7.4% on last year’s levels. However, a decline was expected after incentive schemes to boost the ailing car industry have expired. Germany, whose scrappage scheme ...




March 16, 2010

European car sales rise 3.2% in Feb

by Kay Murchie
European car sales rise 3.2% in Feb
The European Automobile Manufacturers Association has today revealed registrations of new cars in Europe grew an annual 3.2% in February to 1,000,754 vehicles. However, a severe fall of 30% was noted in Germany as the country’s scrappage scheme expired, but the fall was offset by growth in Italy and the UK, which still have incentive packages in place. Overall, sales in the ...