April 1 (Reuters) - Japan's industry-wide auto sales, including 660cc minivehicles, fell 35.1 percent in March from a year earlier to 437,599 vehicles, industry data showed on Friday, as the market felt the effects of a devastating earthquake in the country's northeast. A breakdown of domestic vehicle sales data follows, with year-on-year percentage changes in parentheses. YEAR-TO-DATE JAN-MARCH 2011 JAN-MARCH 2010 Total 1,144,385 (-23.7) 1,449,385 Registered vehicles 719,177 (-26.4) ...
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