New registrations of commercial vehicles in the European Union fell for the fifth month in a row. In November, 142,480 cars were registered, 14.7 percent less than the previous year, Acea announced on Thursday. The decline was particularly evident in delivery trucks, which made up about 80 percent of registrations.
In Austria, the number of newly registered commercial vehicles in November was 3,296, 11.7 percent lower than the previous year. Of the four major markets, the decline in Spain was the largest with minus 30 per cent.
In the eleven months to the end of November, new registrations across the European Union rose 11.5 percent to 1.7 million vehicles thanks to the low comparison base linked to the coronavirus, it was also said. Italy recorded the largest increase among major markets at 17.6 percent, while Germany saw a slight increase of 1.3 percent. 63,065 new commercial vehicles were registered in Austria, an increase of 58.8 percent over the previous year.
Accessed December 23, 2021 at 2:34 am at https://www.sn.at/wirtschaft/welt/erneut-weniger-neuzulassungen-von-nutzfahrzeugen-in-der-eu-114454432
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