Dec. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Sales of new cars in the Czech Republic fell 11 percent from a year earlier in November to 14,203 vehicles, CTK newswire reported, citing data from the Car Importers Association.
Car sales rose 1.9 percent to 161,225 vehicles in the first 11 months of the year, CTK said. Skoda Auto AS, a unit of Volkswagen AG, had a 31 percent market share with 49,959 cars sold from January to November, CTK reported.
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