Fully reproduce, then the last press release ACEA
Brussels, 5 February – On the occasion of its Annual Reception in Brussels, the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) yesterday set out its forecast for 2015 and released last year’s registration figures for electric vehicles.
Last year, new passenger car registrations were up 5.7% on the previous year, reaching 12.6 million units. “This is significant because it was the EU’s first positive annual result since the financial crisis began in 2007, with December marking the 16th consecutive month of growth,” said ACEA President, Carlos Ghosn. “However, our optimism about this early sign of recovery must be tempered with caution, given the economic uncertainties still facing many countries.”
ACEA expects growth to continue in 2015, but at a considerably slower pace, with a year-on-year forecast in the region of 2%. In terms of units, this would mean edging closer to the 13 million…
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