In Germany new cars registration drop by 28.8%

Decline also across Central- and Estearn Europe

17 September, 14:06

    (ANSA) - BELGRADE, 17 SET - In the first eight months of 2020, EU demand for passenger cars contracted by 32.0%, with a total of 6,123,852 new cars registered across the European Union from January to August, almost 2.9 million less year-on-year, the European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) said today. Among EU most important markets, Spain saw the biggest decline in new registrations (‐40.6%), followed by Italy (‐38.9%), France (‐32.0%) and Germany (‐28.8%). In Central- and Eastern Europe, Austria recorded a -33.3% in new cars registrations, Bulgaria -37.6%, Croatia -47.4%, Czechia -25.1%, Greece - 39.1%, Hungary -25.4%, Poland -31.6%, Romania -37.5%, Slovakia -31.2%, and Slovenia - 25.5%. (ANSA).

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