Registration of new cars is falling since 2007

SOER 2010 Key fact (Deprecated) Published 20 Jul 2012
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Registration of new cars in the EU increased constantly between 2001 and 2007, peaking at 15.5 million cars, but has fallen continuously since. Between 2010 and 2011 the number of new car registrations increased in many Member States, notably Latvia (71%), Lithuania (68%) and Estonia (66%) , but fell in others, including Greece (-31 %), Portugal (-31%) and Spain (-17 %).

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Greece, Poland, Romania, Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, France, Czech Republic, Italy, Cyprus, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Finland, Hungary, Bulgaria, Malta, Denmark, Sweden, Austria, Luxembourg, Ireland, Slovakia, Slovenia
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