Belgium's new car registrations grew in December and is forecast to improve this year, data released by the automobile trade body FEBIAC showed.
New car sales rose 12.3 percent year-on-year in December, following a 10.6 percent slump in November. The number of cars sold were 25,081 units versus 32,023 units in November.
In 2013, new car registrations shrunk 0.14 percent to 486,065 units from 486,737 in 2012. For 2014, FEBIAC forecast sales of nearly 490,000 units.
by RTT Staff Writer
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