TURIN, Nov 24 (Reuters) - New car sales in Italy should be flat or rise slightly year-on-year in November after slumping in October, industry sources said on Wednesday. A source with automotive body Unrae said signs so far this month showed that car registrations, important both for the economy and carmakers' results, should rise by "a few points". Another source said there would be little change on 2003. In October, registrations in Europe's third-largest car market slumped 8.2 percent ...
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