The car market in the European Union region grew significantly, with the registration of new cars rising by 14.6 percent in October compared to a year ago, according to the European Automobile Manufacturers Association. The market share of electric cars also increased to 14.2 percent from 12.0 percent at the same time last year, with France seeing a particularly strong growth of 21.9 percent, Italy with 20 percent, Spain with 18.1 percent and Germany with 4.9 percent.
Meanwhile, the net borrowing rate of the British public sector, excluding banks, was 14.9 million pounds in October, which is the second highest level of borrowing since 1993 and exceeded the forecast of 13.7 million pounds.
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