Ford (NYSE:F) and General Motors (NYSE:GM) have had a terrible time in Europe recently. Each lost nearly $2 billion in the region last year, and both are expected to lose big again in 2013. Turnaround plans are under way, but continued declines in Europe's new-car sales have raised doubts about their chances of success.
But some good news for a change: Sales were up slightly last month, amid signs that the situation is stabilizing. In this video, Fool contributor John Rosevear looks at the state of the European new-car market -- and at why the latest developments bode well for the bottom lines at both Ford and GM.
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