* June replacement battery shipments fall mo/mo, yr/yr * OEM shipments down mo/mo, up over 9 pct yr/yr NEW YORK, July 30 (Reuters) - North American shipments of replacement automotive batteries in June fell 5.94 percent from May and dropped 7.72 percent from June 2011, a U.S. industry group said on Monday. Battery Council International (BCI) reported that shipments slowed to 8,263,563 units in June from 8,785,231 in May, and came in below ...
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