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European new car registrations increased by 63% in March 2021

The latest JATO report shows that new car registrations increased by 63% in March 2021 in Europe compared with March 2020. According to data for 26 markets across the region, volume rose from 842,094 to 1,374,313 units, bringing the first quarter volume to 3,045,703

– an increase of 1%. Despite this increase, the quarter recorded the lowest total volume of new car registrations for a first quarter since 1986, when excluding 2020.


Demand for new electrified vehicles continues in June

Uncertainty continued to spread across the European new car market in June. According to Jato Dynamics data, 1.13 million units were registered last month, indicating a drop of 24% compared with the 1.49 million new cars registered in June 2019. 


ECHA to increase target for compliance checks

European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) is to start to evaluate 20% of registration dossiers in each tonnage band to improve the compliance of REACH registrations; approximately 30% of all registered substances are to be checked.