NEW YORK, Sept 26 (Reuters) - North American shipments of replacement automotive lead-acid batteries totaled 6,648,906 units in April, down 12.82 percent from March and 7.26 percent from April 2002, Battery Council International (BCI) said. In a report covering January to April 2003, BCI said replacement car battery shipments reached 7,626,810 units in March, 6,466,209 in February and 5,973,981 in January. The cumulative total for the first four months of this year was 26,715,906 units, ...
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