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With the lifting of restrictions and home isolation measures, the car business has rebounded slightly, after months of a huge drop in sales due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Initial data from an industrial group stated that new car registrations in Britain fell by a third, on an annual basis, in June, when many car dealers resumed their activities after lifting the general isolation measures to contain the Covid-19 disease.
The Association of Automobile Manufacturers and Traders said that about 145,000 vehicles were registered during the month of June.
Registrations declined in March by 44%, in April 97%, and in May 89%.
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