TURIN, Italy, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Italian auto sales in October are seen down about 20 percent from last year, Filippo Pavan Bernacchi, chairman of the Federauto car dealers association, told Reuters on Friday. "The registration data as of last night showed a drop of 30 percent in individual sales and a rise of 8 percent in sales to companies. So we can estimate an overall market drop of 20 to 22 percent," he said. Italian car sales fell 18.89 percent last month as the end of government ...
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