PARIS – Improving sales of the Renault Clio, Peugeot 208 and Nissan Qashqai make at least three product managers happy in Europe, although car registrations overall fell again by 10.5% in February to 795,482 units. The decline was larger than January’s, and again only the U.K. showed a sales improvement among the major countries in Europe, up 7.9%. Nonetheless, there are minute signs the bottom of a 6-year sales slide could arrive this year. Greece and Portugal, two of the ...

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