AUTOSHOW-Automakers see slower but robust China growth in 2010

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* China expected to keep supporting global car market * Auto execs see at least 10 pct market growth in 2010 * Local car brands step up to grab bigger sales By Alison Leung and Fang Yan GUANGZHOU, China, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Car makers from General Motors to Toyota Motor expect China to keep providing much-needed relief from feeble car sales elsewhere next year, even as local brands raise their game to grab a bigger slice of their home market. China's importance has grown beyond ...

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