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In 2016 the sales of cars in Europe have grown 6.8%

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Europe is known as the continent more old world and as such the economic and social circumstances occurring therein seem largely known. During those years hard of it crisis economic the sector of the automobile and the sale of cars is resented of form remarkable, however from makes three years them things seems that van improving. At this time clients again trust in their economic power and work doing the car brands to better sell their cars.

Within Europe not all markets are equal and have the same specific weight. The main are Germany, United Kingdom, France, Italy and Spain. During the past year 2016 all sales of cars increased but not in the same proportion as other years. Which further increase marked was Italy with 15.8 percent and the second with 10.9 percent Spain. In minor proportions were followed the French markets, German and English with about 5.1 percent, 4.5 percent and 2.3 percent respectively.

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With these numbers is not strange that during the past year have been sold across Europe a total of 14.641.356 new vehicles, i.e. 6.8 percent more than in 2015. According to the European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) registrations have grown continuously over the past three years and if the market continues to respond like that until now 2017 could also be another year.

ACEA believe that If the Brexit is done the right way, and from the United States the problems consumers are not compounded will continue to behave as usual. To do this they are asking responsibility Governments since the automotive industry is a pillar that is very important for Europe’s economy and many of the countries that are in the Euro zone. It remains to be seen how are trade agreements after the departure of the United Kingdom of the Union European and know which will be the United States trade policy.

Source-European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA)

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