* U.S. Sept auto sales seen up 9 pct from year ago * Recovery of vehicle inventory drew buyers back * Outlook remains capped by fresh recession worries * Automakers to report September sales on Oct. 3 By Bernie Woodall and Soyoung Kim DETROIT, Sept 29 (Reuters) - September U.S. auto sales are seen rising to their highest since April when the earthquake in Japan began to impact inventory and demand, but a weak economic outlook will curb the pace of the industry's recovery in the ...
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