Some people have been expecting the European car market to stay strong, in the second half of this year, as inflation subsides and tax cuts fuel consumer spending. Others have been expecting the opposite, given that the European economy seems likely to have ground almost to a halt during the second quarter, in the face of the global economic slowdown. The July figures, to say the least, provide little evidence for the latter, more pessimistic view.
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