The Australian auto industry is shrugging off supply problems from this year’s earthquake in Japan and floods in Thailand to race toward full-year sales of 1 million units. The Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries says November deliveries rose 1.5% year-on-year to 88,654 units. It was the second-highest November on record, surpassed only by 92,801 in 2007. Total sales for the year remain down 2.4% at 925,978 units. FCAI CEO Ian Chalmers says while sales in 2011 will fall ...

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