MILAN, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Italian car sales should drop off in January after surging a record 51.4 percent in December when buyers rushed to the showrooms in the last days of an incentive programme, market watchers said on Tuesday. "January's figure will be substantially lower than last year's, possibly by about 15 percent," said Salvatore Pistola, head of industry group Unrae. January car sales data is due to be released on February 5. Last January, registrations fell 8.8 percent to ...
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