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November 16 (SeeNews) - New passenger car registrations in Europe under the brand of Romanian carmaker Dacia, owned by France's Renault, rose by 24.5% on the year to 194,824 in January-October of 2009, the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA) said on Monday.
In October alone, registrations of Dacia-branded cars rose by 19% on the year to 20,753, ACEA said in a statement.
You can download the 2023 Automotive industry in Southeast Europe report here
In the ACEA statistics, Europe includes Iceland, Norway, Switzerland and all EU member states except for Malta and Cyprus.
New car registrations in Europe decreased by 5.0% to 12,206,381 in January-October of 2009 but rose by 11.2% on the year to 1,263,305 units in October alone.
New car registrations in Romania, which joined the EU in 2007, dropped by 62% on the year in January-October to 96,176 units. In October alone they were down by 69.1% to 7,572 units, ACEA said.
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