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Car sales in the Eurozone hit the skids at the start of 2021. New car registrations plunged by 24.6% year- over-year in January, down sharply from a 2.8% dip in December, driven primarily by sizeable declines in Germany and Spain, by 31.1% and 51.1%, respectively.
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