Fiat expects to boost car sales by 5-10 pct in 2011


* Fiat sees moderate increase in sales in Brazil * European market expected to remain weak * Sales in light commercial vehicle should also rise * Fiat to launch some new models this year MILAN, Feb 24 (Reuters) - Italian auto maker Fiat expects to boost new car sales by 5-10 percent in 2011, helped by a moderate increase in sales in Brazil while its European market remains weak. In its annual report, which Italy's biggest industrial group published this week, Fiat said it would ...

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