* China, India, Brazil to lead the way * Double-digit growth forecasted in U.S. * Record volumes anticipated in 2011 TORONTO, Dec 29 (Reuters) - Auto sales will gain momentum worldwide in 2010 on the back of better access to credit and a return to 3 percent growth in the global economy, setting the stage for record volumes in 2011, according the latest industry forecast from Scotia Economics. China, which became the world's largest auto market in 2009, will lead the way, along with ...
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