Dow Jones Newswires: EU new car registrations fell to 26-year low in June


New car registrations in the European Union fell in June as supply-chain issues continued to hold back vehicle production, according to data published Friday by the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association, the ACEA.

Across the EU, new car registrations–a reflection of sales–fell 15% for the month of June to 886,510 cars. This represents, in terms of volume, the lowest June figure on record since 1996, the ACEA said.


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