MILAN, Nov 30 (Reuters) - Italian new car sales in November should rise to around 180,000 from a revised 145,000 in the same month the previous year, a source in the sector said on Monday. According to data released by Italy's transport ministry last December, new car sales in November 2008 were 138,352. "We can say that, thanks to the incentives, we have returned to the average levels of the years before the crisis," the source said. (Reporting by Stefano Rebaudo) ...
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