MELBOURNE – Australia’s auto industry predicts a continuing strong market this year following a 10.4% increase in 2003 sales to 909,811 vehicles, easily surpassing prior-year’s record-setting 824,309 units. Last year marked the first time ever Australian auto sales have passed the 900,000 mark, but the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries predicts it will happen again this year. "The automotive industry has clearly shifted into a higher gear, and we expect it to remain there for the ...

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