MILAN, Aug 29 (Reuters) - Italian new car registrations are expected to be fairly flat for August, industry watchers said on Friday, but the key holiday month is normally the slowest for sales and would not fully reflect the market. "August did not go very well so we are looking at a slight drop," said one auto sector source. Italian car sales bucked a generally falling European trend in July, posting a 7.9 percent jump and sowing hopes of a lasting market upturn that would by fed by new ...
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