MILAN, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Italian car sales are expected to have slipped slightly this month from a strong October last year as home-grown Fiat and rivals flood the market with new models to woo buyers, industry watchers said on Thursday. The Transport Ministry is due to release car registration figures on November 5 and the industry experts said there may have been a boom in sales in the last two days of October as automakers sell cars to fleets and dealers in a tooth-and-nail fight for ...
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