* Automakers hoping for continuation of economic incentives * Without incentives, 2010 growth could slow to around 10 pct * Consolidation of domestic players to continue in 2010 By Fang Yan and Alison Leung SHANGHAI/HONG KONG, Nov 22 (Reuters) - Will Beijing go the extra mile to keep its car industry humming? That question will be centre stage at the Guangzhou Auto show this week, as car makers hope Beijing will renew strong economic incentives that propelled China's car sales to ...
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