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Auto sales in Europe rose in December for the fifth month in a row, gaining steam in Germany and Italy as supply-chain problems that had crimped output eased.
New-car registrations jumped 15% to 1.1 million vehicles last month, the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association said Wednesday, led by Germany with a 38% gain. Total sales for the year declined 4.1%, the third year in a row the region’s car market shrank, as December’s gain was not enough to offset earlier declines.