The car production in the Czech Republic exceeded the limit of 1 million vehicles produced this year. From January to September 2016, the CR produced 1,002,603 pieces of all kinds of motor vehicles, which is 7.2% more than in the same period of 2015.
Following a long decline, Europe’s once-mighty volume midsize segment is on track for a second consecutive year of rising sales as new models from Skoda, Renault and Toyota lift the sector.
British new-car registrations were flat in July, according to data for the first full month since Britons voted to leave the European Union. Sales rose 0.1 percent year-on-year to 178,523 vehicles with a 5 percent rise in business demand for fleet vehicles compensating for a 6 percent drop in demand from members of the public, industry association SMMT said today.
PSA Group’s first-half sales fell 0.2 percent, the automaker said today in a statement, citing difficulties in a weaker, “westernizing” Chinese market that obscured a stronger performance at home in Europe.
In the period 1-6 / 2016, the Czech Republic registered a total of 132,778 new passenger cars. It is the largest ever number of passenger cars registered in the Czech Republic in the first half of the year.
Production of passenger cars in the Czech Republic in five months increased 13 percent to 593,743 vehicles, according to data from the Automotive Industry Association.
Over the period from January to May 2016, Czech car registrations increased, in comparison with last year, in all categories of road motor vehicles except buses, announced SDA.
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