WARSAW, Aug 21 (Reuters) - Poland's new car sales slipped 1.4 percent in July from June but rose a modest 4.3 percent from a year earlier, with Japan's Toyota aggressively grabbing market share. Auto market research agency Samar said on Thursday that 29,450 new cars were sold last month, the lowest level in four months. In the January-July period 203,160 vehicles were sold, up 11.9 percent against the same period of last year. "We are seeing a colossal improvement from earlier years but ...
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