TURIN, March 25 (Reuters) - Italian car sales will probably surge in March as buyers rush to the showrooms in the final days of an incentive programme, an industry research group said on Tuesday. March sales "should come in in a range of 250,000 to 280,000", showing strong growth from the 205,000 figure for March 2002, said automarket group Centro Studi Promotor. March car sales data is due to be released on April 3. In February, car sales rose more than eight percent to 214,100 units, ...
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