In the first eight months of this year, Latvia recorded a slower rise in new car registration than average in Europe, according to the latest data released today by the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA).
According to ACEA statistics on Latvia, 14,491 new passenger cars were registered in January-August 2017, which is a 3.3 per cent rise from the first eight months of last year.
In the EU, new car registration rose 4.5 per cent from the past year on average.
Across the 30 European countries covered by the ACEA s...
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