By Madeline Chambers, European Auto Correspondent FRANKFURT, Sept 29 (Reuters) - The vision is a car buyer's paradise: cheap autos from Cadiz to Copenhagen, supermarkets selling Ferraris alongside Fords and bargain repair shops close to home. New rules to boost competition in the European Union's car sales network by loosening manufacturers' grip on dealers take effect on October 1, and consumers can already see some changes. In France, Michel Leclerc, the brother of the man behind ...
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