TURIN, Italy, March 26 (Reuters) - Italy's new car registrations could show a "small positive sign" for March as a result of government incentives to buy new, less polluting cars, the head of think tank Promotor said on Thursday. "March could close with a small positive sign compared with last year's data," Gianprimo Quagliano told Reuters. "If it doesn't exceed it, it will at least be at the same levels of last year." Promotor conducts a monthly survey among car dealers. (Reporting by ...
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