* Study sees 76.4 million auto sales globally * AlixPartners sees 12.7 million sales in U.S. * Some new markets may "have a false spring" DETROIT, July 27 (Reuters) - The source of the auto industry's growth has seen a permanent shift to emerging markets that appear promising but also hold great risks, according to an AlixPartners study released on Wednesday. Auto sales in China have leveled off recently, an indication that growth will be "bumpy" in most newer markets that were once ...
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