By Rebecca Harrison PARIS, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Auto bosses head for the Paris car show this week, hoping the gleam from new models will cut through war clouds over Iraq and gloomy equity markets which threaten to sink already shaky consumer demand. As consumers queue for a glimpse of key money-spinning cars in sheetmetal for the first time, analysts will be pressing executives for clues on how many people are actually buying and how much they are willing to pay. "Behind all the glitzy ...
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