The Australian auto industry gets more potentially bad news in a survey that finds sales prospects at their lowest in a decade. Roy Morgan Research says the results represent a sharp turnaround from a year ago, when the number of respondents expressing new-car-buying intentions in the short term peaked at 741,000, giving strong indications of record sales in 2014. Now, at least 150,000 fewer Australians say they are in the market for a new car over the next 12 months. The latest figures show ...

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