SEOUL, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Global car sales are expected to grow about 6 percent to 65 million vehicles in 2010 as a financial crisis ends, helping demand revive, Hyundai Motor Group's research body said on Friday. But a full recovery will not be possible until after 2011 as governments are set to scrap stimulus measures to boost car demand and oil prices are rising, the Korea Automotive Research Institute (KARI) said in a statement. "Business conditions for the auto industry in 2010 are ...
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