Signs Of Optimism In German Car Market

COLOGNE, GERMANY - FEBRUARY 04: Used cars sit in a second-hand car dealer lot on February 4, 2009 in Cologne, Germany. Germany, western Europe's largest auto market, saw a 14 percent drop in sales for the month of January making it the sixth consecutive month ending at a loss. With production and exportation of cars also is a slump the German government is supporting the automobile industry with a 2500 Euro bonus incentive for new car buyers when they scrap their old cars. This program is thought to be an effective way of reducing carbon emissions by removing older cars from the road. The KBA motor vehicle department, reports that around 13.7 million cars qualify for the state "Environment Bonus". (Photo by Vladimir Rys/Getty Images)
COLOGNE, GERMANY - FEBRUARY 04: Used cars sit in a second-hand car dealer lot on February 4, 2009 in Cologne, Germany. Germany, western Europe's largest auto market, saw a 14 percent drop in sales for the month of January making it the sixth consecutive month ending at a loss. With production and exportation of cars also is a slump the German government is supporting the automobile industry with a 2500 Euro bonus incentive for new car buyers when they scrap their old cars. This program is thought to be an effective way of reducing carbon emissions by removing older cars from the road. The KBA motor vehicle department, reports that around 13.7 million cars qualify for the state "Environment Bonus". (Photo by Vladimir Rys/Getty Images)
Signs Of Optimism In German Car Market
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