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A total of 1 345 new cars were sold in Bulgaria in January 2012, according to data of the European Automobile Manufacturers Association a ACEA.
9 percent on a 12-month comparison to 1,341,092, said the European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA).
In an open letter to the European Union s 27 member states, the European Automobile Manufacturers Association last month urged Ashton not sign the agreement, saying its members would be hammered under the terms negotiated.
The European Automobile Manufacturers Association last week called on the European Commission not to impose limits for carbon dioxide emissions, saying politicians have not done their job in providing tax incentives for cleaner cars.
The European car industry will do its utmost to meet the extremely ambitious targets within the set time frame", said Ivan Hodac, secretary-general of the European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA).
The European automobile manufacturers association (ACEA) is the source cited by the Associated Press (AP) for sales figures showing an increase in car sales of 3.
Engine downsizing has become a primary concern in Europe as the commitment made by the ACEA, the European automobile manufacturers association, to reduce average carbon dioxide emissions to 140 gm/km for passenger cars sold in Europe by 2008 looms ever closer.
The European Commission initiative also is supported by the European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA), an interest group of European automobile, bus and truck manufacturers, and ERTICO, a nonprofit organization promoting the implementation of intelligent transportation systems and service providers in Europe.