GENEVA – European automakers took to the annual Geneva auto show with gusto, showing everything from fuel-sipping city cars to million-dollar sports coupes, but the event’s glamour belied an industry still struggling to unshackle itself from the 2009 global economic crisis. According to WardsAuto data, automakers selling in Europe and Russia delivered 14.5 million new light vehicles last year, a flat year-over-year result leading most industry executives and analysts to call the ...

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