* US July auto sales expected at about 12 mln annual rate * Auto supply chain recovering from Japan crisis * Most analysts, execs see slow and steady recovery * TrueCar sees July dropping below June's sales pace By Clare Baldwin DETROIT, July 28 (Reuters) - U.S. July auto sales should show an improvement from the past two months as the industry recovers from supply chain disruptions in Japan, but it could be a long time before the industry is fully back on track. A March ...
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