TURIN, May 26 (Reuters) - Italian new car sales in May probably rose at least eight percent year-on-year, while the market share of Fiat was probably little changed as a strike weighed on output, industry sources said on Wednesday. They said overall new car sales would probably total 200,000 to 205,000 units, up from about 185,000 a year ago, when they were hurt by the expiration of tax incentives to boost sales. "I don't know if it will be a double-digit rise, as in April, but it should ...
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