MILAN, Nov 30 (Reuters) - New car sales in Italy should grow 3 percent next year to 2.33 million units as new models including the redesigned Fiat Punto lure more people into dealerships, industry body Promotor said on Wednesday. Car registrations in Europe's third-largest auto market are expected to rebound strongly in November and December as "the Punto effect" takes hold, Promotor said, with 2005 sales coming in flat year-on-year at around 2.26 million units. Preliminary November car ...
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