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7 September 2017 Scrappage Schemes Will Only Postpone the Slump in Car Sales

By Samuel Tombs

Car manufacturers have been at the sharp end o f the slowdown in consumers' spending this year. In response, several brands have launched generous scrappage schemes, giving buyers a big discount when they trade in their old vehicle.

Posted: 6th Sep 2017 in 'U.K. Documents'

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