* Auto stocks unmoved by the removal of tax incentives news * Eyes on profit margins once sale growth slows (Adds analyst quotes and share prices) SHANGHAI/HONG KONG, Dec 29 (Reuters) - China's auto stocks, which were bruised last week by Beijing's policy to limit new car registrations in the capital, were largely calm on Wednesday, shrugging off government confirmation of an end to tax incentives for small cars. Top automaker SAIC Motor Corp Ltd was flat on Wednesday morning in ...
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