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July 16, 2014

Auto sales on the rise, internal production down in H1
Jul 16, 2014

Auto sales on the rise, internal production down in H1.
Dacia Logan, the best-selling model. Auto vehicle sales have grown by 32.4 percent to 47,037 units in H1, a third of the sales continuing to consist of Dacia vehicles (13,313 units), followed by Volkswagen vehicles (3,927 units), against the backdrop in which the production dropped by 6.3 (...)
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