Subaru to stay the course in Europe
Low sales haven‘t put the Japanese carmaker off remaining in the European market, writes Liam Shard
Subaru is staying in Europe. For many, that will come as something of a surprise. With just 33,000 sales in Europe last year, a number of industry-watchers might have assumed that Europe was falling farther and farther down the Japanese carmaker’s list of priorities.
The vast majority of the million or so cars that it makes every year go to the US market, with another big chunk to the Japanese home market and Australia....
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