INTERVIEW-Inchcape says UK car scrap scheme looks promising


* Group markets have not got any worse, but no recovery yet * Says analysts may raise full-year profit forecasts * Shares up 9.2 percent By Mark Potter LONDON, June 24 (Reuters) - Britain's car scrappage scheme, which aims to revive demand for new vehicles by offering a discount to owners trading in old models, has made a promising start, car dealer Inchcape said. "When the scrappage scheme was introduced, we saw an increase in traffic," chief executive Andre Lacroix told Reuters ...

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