In the first half of the year, the German automotive concern Volkswagen increased the supply of cars by 6.3% in annual terms to 3 million 119 thousand cars. Car sales increased in Europe by 8.7%. The growth rate in Western Europe was 8.3%, in Eastern and Central Europe - 11.3%. The North American market recorded a decrease in sales by 0.7%, while in the US they grew by 7.2%. Deliveries in South America increased by 11.3%. In the Asia-Pacific region, sales grew by 6%, while sales in China increased by 6.3%. Nevertheless, Volkswagen expects that the second half of the year will be more difficult.
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