NEW YORK, March 23 (Reuters) - North American shipments of replacement automotive lead-acid batteries decreased in January by 13.70 percent from December but were up 3.87 percent from January of 2006, according to a U.S. industry group. The Battery Council International said in its most recent report that January shipments dropped to 7,165,576 units from 8,303,286 units in December. On a year-on-year basis, January shipments were higher than the 6,898,811 units logged in January of last ...
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