This morning the UK’s Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders announced that output in the year to July fell by 11 per cent. It did point out that British car production in July last year had been especially strong, while this year exports had slipped 4.2 per cent while domestic demand dropped 35 per cent. Model changes, seasonal adjustments, and emissions changes all contributed to this collapse.
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