PRAGUE (Reuters) – Skoda Auto’s global deliveries dropped 2.7% to 913,700 cars in the first nine months compared with the same period last year, the subsidiary of Germany’s Volkswagen (DE:) said on Wednesday.
The carmaker said that the decrease was mainly caused by further decline in China, where deliveries fell by 22.3%. On the other hand, shipments rose in Europe and in Russia, Skoda said.
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