TURIN, May 27 (Reuters) - Italian car sales will show a dip in May, continuing April's downward trend after incentives to drive shoppers to the showrooms expired, a source at industry body Unrae said on Tuesday. A government scheme offering incentives for people swapping old polluting cars for new eco-friendly ones ended on March 31. Industry Minister Antonio Marzano has said he is in favour of reintroducing them but it depends on Italy's finances. "In May, the new car sales could be ...
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